Friday, August 17, 2012

Spotlight: Masks of the Lost Kings by Tom Bane (Trailer and Author's Bio)

Masks of the Lost Kings by Tom Bane

Book Description:
Following the sudden disappearance of treasure hunter Ben Sanders in Mexico, beautiful archaeologist Suzy da Silva is snatched from the cloistered environs of Oxford University and thrust into a deadly maelstrom of intrigue and discovery. Joining forces with astrophysicist Tom Brooking she crosses four continents, to unlock the dark secrets of Tutankhamun's tomb, the Holy Sepulchre and the mysterious Mayan Temple of Inscriptions to reveal a mysterious truth. Together they risk their lives, pursued by martial assassins and renegade special forces, fighting the forces of evil to discover hidden knowledge so precious that it has lain dormant for over a thousand years...

"The cover reminds us a bit of Indiana Jones"

Tom Bane
Author behind "Masks of the Lost Kinds"
Tom Bane grew up in England. He studied physical chemistry at University and went on to work in the energy industry before becoming a writer. The son of an engineer and a school teacher, he has always had a fascination for the interplay between science and beliefs, and these themes provided the backdrop to his novels. He had the idea for the Suzy da Silva series one day in 2008 whilst out walking with his dog in Cornwall near Tintagel Castle. His first novel “Masks of the Lost Kings” took him over two years to write and research, visiting the ancient ruins of Egypt and South and Central America. His first novel was published in 2012, and has exceeded all expectations. Since then, he has been busy on his second novel in the Suzy da Silva series, with more novels in the series already in the pipeline. Tom appears regularly in the media and is highly rated by fans and booklovers alike. He spends his time living and writing in the USA, UK and Thailand.

Check out the trailer!


  1. Thanks for the Blog, "Masks of the Lost Kings" is free on Amazon Kindle this Friday and Saturday 24th and 25th August

  2. Tom Bane,

    Thanks letting us put it on our "Spotlight". We will tweet this :D

    -Book Whales Team

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