The Lazarus Vault

  • by Tom Harper
  • Narrated by Francis Greenslade
  • 14 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eight hundred years ago, one man wrote the legend that became the greatest quest in history....
Deep in the heart of London, the Monsalvat Bank is small, secretive, and fabulously wealthy, with roots going far back into the middle ages. When Ellie Stanton, an impoverished graduate student, is unexpectedly invited to join the firm, the privileged world they offer looks too good to turn down.
But the bank is more than it seems. Soon Ellie realises that her life belongs to her employers - and they're watching her every move. For buried in their medieval vaults lies a closely guarded treasure of immeasurable power - one inextricably bound up with Ellie's extraordinary history.
Now Ellie is in a race against time, hunted by the bank and pursued by her past. Her only hope of escape is to unearth the secret hidden in the vault. But getting in is only the beginning....


What the Critics Say

"Like Dan Brown, Tom Harper knows how to ratchet up the tension." (Choice magazine)
"Simply excellent story with a fantastic ending." (EuroCrime)
"The medieval parts of the tale fly off the page, with drama, insight and danger." (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)


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Not sure where they were going with this..

What did you like best about The Lazarus Vault? What did you like least?

Historical view of Europe in the 11th century was fascinating. Geographical references were spot on.

The modern plot meandered, and didn't tie up lose ends as most would prefer.

What was most disappointing about Tom Harper’s story?


Which character – as performed by Francis Greenslade – was your favorite?

11th century Chretien.

Could you see The Lazarus Vault being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?


Any additional comments?

it stumbles along. Not bad, not great. Alot of filler. Not sure about future works from this author. You might like it, but buyer beware.

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- Matthew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-14-2013
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd