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The First Madonna Who Is The Immortal Madonna And What Is The Mystery Surrounding Her To Unlock This Secret, Nicolina Fabiani, The Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Teams Up With David Baron, A Professor Of Ancient Languages, Whom She Suspects Is Than He Appears To Be On The Surface, To Search In Ancient Temples Sites Throughout The Middle East What Is The Knights Of Malta S Connection To The Templar Knights And Why Do They Covet The First Madonna And Her Secret As Nicolina And David Stay One Step Ahead Of Her Old Nemesis, The Knights Of Malta, They Uncover A Revelation About The Origins Of Mankind And The Power That Men Are Willing To Kill ForThis Eagerly Awaited Sequel In The Nicolina Fabiani Series, Is A Fast Paced, Well Researched Thriller, Reaching A Shattering Climax In An Archaeological Dig In Anatolia, Which Is Rewriting Mankind S History And Where The Immortal Madonna Reveals Her Power And What It Will Mean For A World Poised The Brink Of Disaster


About the Author: Yvonne Crowe

I am the author of 16 published novels The Nicolina Fabiani Series includes THE MAGDALENE CONSPIRACY a religious mystery thriller in the style of Dan Brown and made 8 on the Movers shakers List and held the 1 and 2 positions in Religious Fiction for 3 months This has been followed by five books in the Nicolina Fabiani series ST PETER S KEYS, dark doings in the Vatican ST MARY S S



10 thoughts on “The First Madonna

  1. says:

    Review also on www.jolasbookshelf.wordpress.comThe second installement in the series about Nicolina Fabiani is much better than the first one The plot s keeps you hooked, the dialouges are much better written and the history of the Knights of Malta is so enjoyable The character of David was also nice addition to the story and I ll be looking out for the next book in this series.Thanks to Yvonne Crowe for sending me an ebook in e


  2. says:

    This is an exciting story with amazing research about archaeology and ancient languages I hope the author won t mind my saying that there are all the ingredients of a Dan Brown novel, secret organisations, conspiracy, romance, religion, origins of mankind and all set in a turbulent Middle East There are two great central characters, the female american reporter and an archaeologist who is also a Mossad agent Romance inevitably flourish


  3. says:

    I continue to be impressed by the sheer erudition and intellectual curiosity of Yvonne Crowe and with her protagonist, Nicolina Fabiani, the author has created the perfect character to explore her many interests, no matter how esoteric Pairing Lina with the impressive Professor David Baron, a trained Mossad agent and expert on ancient languages the two travel to the middle East in search of an ancient relic, The Immortal Madonna, rumoured to


  4. says:

    I have started reading books where from the very beginning, I lost interest.This book was not one of those.The I read, the intrigued I was and I couldn t put it down.I don t want to give the story away so I ll just say that it has a little bit of everything, action, politics, war, Archaeology, Journalism, far off lands, and a little religion thrown into the mix.Although all the characters were very strong, my favorite was Lina, a Journalist who ta


  5. says:

    Review of The First Madonna by Yvonne CroweNICOLINA FABIANI SERIES Book 25 5 stars for story3 5 flames for heatBy R.L BAILEYThe First Madonna, book No 2 in the Nicolina Fabiani series by author Yvonne Crowe had me at the title I love books that have some kind of historical backstory to them, and this one does The book centers on Nicolina Fabiani, a reporter for a major television network She is sent on an assignment in the Middle East, and on the plane goi


  6. says:

    Okay I was taken aback by Yvonne book The First Madonna, when I first started reading it, I didn t know what to expect The characters were brought to life as if I was there at that moment with Nicolina the journalist and David, the Professor Lina was also a great character I could relate to The depth of this book took me on a history lesson to uncover a secret as the journey led me on a ride with the Knights of Malta, and the Muslim militants I could tell by read


  7. says:

    Lina, an Italian American journalist, has two enemies the Knights of Malta a Catholic group she discredited in a previous novel in the series and a Syrian faction which she filmed murdering civilians in that country s civil war During a hasty getaway from Damascus, she teams with David, an Israeli Mossad agent working undercover as a university professor in Beirut.Lina joins David s quest for the origins of the ancient Mesopotamian deity NIN TI, getting a crash course i


  8. says:

    This is an excellent book that is very well researched about secret societies and mysticism While the story is fiction it rings of deeper truths Along the way, I learned new things that challenged previously existing beliefs about the history of humanity From this point of view, history is no longer the boring, unmystical one that most of us belief, it is interesting, and there is so much that we don t know Powers beyond our understanding.All throughout the book I experience


  9. says:

    These type of books aren t what I normally like, but when I was given the chance to read a copy of Crowe s Nicolina Fabiani series I found myself not able to put this book down for a long while It has a broad reach covering a lot of hard topics I never felt offended by the material, and was constantly pulled into the historical aspects of the material history being one of my favorite subjects Of course too, the writing is smooth and easy to read I ve felt in the past some authors tha


  10. says:

    Yvonne Crowe s books have a little bit of everything in them, she is not confined by artificial constructs like genre The First Madonna is serious romp thru all kinds of subjects It is a travel book as the main character Nicolina moves across the Mideast to various ancient dig sites with David, the lead male character They dug for artifacts, while I dug the story Nice references to music, with little tidbits sprinkled in it that made me stop and Google a couple of things The same thing happ


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