It's not a bad story, though there are some seriously graphic murders detailed through the plot. Rob Luttrell finds a secret when he's reporting on an archaeological dig, a site that was deliberately burried 10,000 years ago, probable evidence of the first occupation of a city. Modern-day ritual murders link with the past and Luttrell starts to investigate. What he finds is a conspiracy of silence about the origins of man and twists truth and fiction together. It's the kind of book that makes me want to hunt up some archaeology books and ask some questions. I wasn't blown away by it and it is part of the cash-in on the Da Vinci Code but I found it less patronising than that story and less irritating.