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The Jefferson Key (Cotton Malone #7), Steve Berry

Jefferson Key
Cotton Malone thought that he was going to enjoy a nice weekend in New York with Cassiopeia Vitt. Until he got a call from his old friend and former boss, Stephanie Nell asking him to meet him somewhere because she needed his help. Little did he know that phone call would take his simple weekend in New York and turn it into another adventure for Malone. Malone and Vitt find themselves caught in the middle of the history of the presidency dealing with pirates in times of crisis in American History. Now, these modern day pirates have decided to take matters in their own hands, and only finding a document that has been hidden for about 100 years can save them.
As always I love Cotton Malone novels, and Steve Berry did not disappoint. I typically love the ones in the foreign countries because I get an idea of other countries. This was interesting too because it deals with American History, and I actually know a little bit about that.  I love that you get to know the recurring characters more and more as you read, and they start to become a part of you. I will start the next one on my next vacation! Until next time,
Keep turning the pages
90s Born Reader

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