The quest for the old scrolls is on. The stakes are high. No one is safe.
France, 1798. Cavalry Captain Pascal de Charney is summoned by his father, Roland, before leaving to Egypt with Napoleon’s army. Roland wishes Pascal to perform a task for him. Israel, 2010. Yossi Luria is an ex-cop turned private investigator, who still hurts over his dismissal from the police force. Jeanne de Charney, an enchanting Frenchwoman from Normandy, steps in to hire his services. She presents him with a batch of intriguing old letters from Pascal, which she has uncovered while searching in her family’s archives. In a letter written from Tiberias, Pascal tells his father about raids in which he participated while in the Galilee. He also mentions Rivka, a Jewish girl from the city of Safed, the cradle of Kabbalah, for whom he has developed a passion.
Next Boy To Die
Blond teenage boys begin to disappear… who will be the next boy to die?
Three years ago. Dean, a senior criminology lecturer, lost his fiancée and ever since, his life has revolved around his work, which provides him an outlet from the harsh feelings of guilt around her death. When a series of mysterious disappearances of teen boys take place, his close friend who is a police officer that has been assigned to the investigation, asks him for help. Every few days, another boy disappears from his home, with the only common denominator being that they are all blond, blue-eyed, and around the age of fifteen.
Detective Neil Jericho of the East Hampton Police Department is visiting his daughter, Katie, when he receives a call from his supervisor, Chief Krauss. A waitress was found murdered and Krauss wants Jericho to investigate. The victim is identified as 21-year-old Sally Espinosa Baez and an examination of her body reveals that she is a transsexual. Jericho turns to dispatcher Evangeline “Vangie” Clark for help. Vangie and her wife, Ingrid, attend meetings of the Hamptons LGBTQ Center and she can assist with the nuances of the case.