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Nce his smash bestseller The Eagle Has Landed Seven Pillars PDF or The lost Temple of Sheba is not just a biblical legendA German archaeologist has found it The Nazis have claimed itAnd one American explorer has stumbled upon their secret a plot that could change the course of World War IIThe year is An American archaeologist named Gavin

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Seven Pillars to HellKane is asked to help a woman search for her missing husband When Kane follows the man's trail into the ruthless desert of Southern Arabia he makes two shocking discoveries One is the legendary Temple of Sheba an ancient world as fantastic as King Solomon's mines The other is a band of Nazi soldiers who plan to turn the sacred landmark into Hitler's secret stronghol

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  • Jean

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellA friend gave me a box of books to read and pass on The only book in the box I had not read was “Sheba” by Jack Higgins So I sat down to enjoy it I have read a number of Higgins’ books and have enjoyed them Higgins is a British writerThe book is about Nazis an archeolog


  • Chris

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellA fun Raiders of the Lost Ark type adventure read Great escapism Originally written in 1963 when Higgins was writing as Hugh Marlowe and this updated edition fleshed out in 1995 Very enjoyable despite some stock characters Set during WWIIAn exotic locale smuggling archaeology and Nazi's How does the invasion of Poland a plot to blow up the Suez Canal and a search for the temple of the ueen of Sheba come together? Higgins tries to pull it off but the scheming and search for a lost adventurer consume the first half of the book the action of discovery improbable rescues esc


  • Cheryl (Bored in Vernal)

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellWell I'm a sucker for a novel about an archaeological dig I subscribe to BAR and I really will have to spend a summer in the field one day Until then I pick up as many of these tales as possible I'm not sure what attracts me There's nothing too deep in this one and it's uite formulaic


  • Martin Hill

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellI enjoy a good WWII thriller I grew up on Alistair MacLean gems like The Guns of Navarone and Where Eagles Dare One of my favorite novels in this genre is Jack Higgins The Eagle Has Landed the classic story of a Nazi attempt to kidnap British Prime Minister Winston ChurchillIn Sheba Higgins returns to the WWII thriller in this story about a Nazi attempt to destroy Britain's life line to its eastern colonies the Suez Canal on the first day of the war To do so they use a German archeologist's secret discovery of the legendary Temple of Sheba in the Arabian Empty uarter as a clandestine staging area for an airborne attack on the canal scheduled to coincide with the German invasion of Poland Gavin Kane is a disillusioned American archeologist who now


  • Ronald Ward

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellExcellent adventure that becomes addictive as the plot unfolds Set in the context of WW2 gives some credibility to the events If you like archaeology you will enjoy itNot as fast paced as Raiders of the lost ark but along the similar lines Main character has a good


  • Anna From Gustine

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellI really didn't like this book and couldn't finish it It was a cross between Raiders of the Lost Ark The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca Unfortunately the characters were all pretty one dimensional and adhered close to stereotype I'll try of his novels as I know he is highly regarded but this was just not for me


  • Elizabeth Rebecca Shaw

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellAn okay WWII thriller about an archeologist caught up with Nazi spies plotting to disrupt the Suez Canal from a desert in the Middle East It is amazing how many times the hero gets left with no water in the desert and survives Apparently one should never underestimate an archeologist


  • William

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellA thriller novel fairly entertaining in its way Nothing special but moves fast one day type readWW 2 Middle East German bad guys versus American good guys with beautiful woman thrown in for very limited romantic interest


  • Caroline

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellI'm fast running out of Jack Higgins books to read I'll have to start reading them againI loved Sheba At first I thought it was going to run along the same lines as The Eagle Has Landed but the story took a different route to its conclusionNazis ancient treasure skulduggery and the inevitab


  • Luke Eadie

    Seven Pillars to Hell mobi Ê Paperback read Seven Pillars to HellMy fourth Higgins read It’s very different than the other ones I’ve read “Night of the Fox” was a full on Nazi espionage action thriller so it was a suitable introduction to the author for me Next was “Drink With the Devil” a violent story about Irish political conflicts and the search for some sunken gold Then came “Solo” a dark psychological thriller about a famous concert pianist who is a serial killer behind the scenes These all are very different and distinct books showing Jack Higgins’s ability to break the mold of the traditional formulaic thriller and show his skill at writing That’s why “Sheba” came as such a surprise This is an Indiana Jones esue action novel that doesn’t have nearly as much Nazi butt kicking action as I would have liked It was centred on the search for the Temple of S