“The Treasure of the Poison King” is written by Paul D. Gilbert and published by MX Publishing.
Mithradates VI, the King of Pontus, in the first century BCE is known to history as “The Poison King” due to his habit of dosing himself with poisons to prevent anyone killing him in that way. He was also fabulously wealthy. After his defeat by the Roman legions led by Lucullus, his treasure was taken back to Rome, but one of the ships sank, never to be seen again…until a small group of Greek sponge divers found a mysterious ship wreck. Now, rumour has it that the treasure is coming to London. But what is no rumour is the death that it leaves in its wake.
Sherlock Holmes is on the case, and he must find the treasure before someone close to him becomes a victim.
Paul D. Gilbert never fails to deliver…
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