If you enjoy globe-trotting travel adventure, international mystery and crime, or archaeological thrillers, then pick up the Lost Origins Series by Antony Davies. This fast paced action adventure is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seat from the start. Enjoy!

Tomb of Aradia (Lost Origins Book 1)
by Antony Davies
4.0 Stars (102 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Thrillers | Contemporary Fiction

The ancient world is not what we thought.
In the city of Prague, freelance treasure hunter Jules has finally located the bangle stolen from his dying mother, an artifact that may unravel a centuries-old secret: the location of the Tomb of Aradia. But when a reclusive, ruthless billionaire beats him to the artifact, Jules joins forces with an institute of unconventional archaeologists who reveal to him clues penned two thousand years ago. Clues that support the claim his mother’s bangle holds properties that science cannot explain. And Jules appears to be the only person who can activate them – a responsibility that will tempt him toward the dark path he has avoided all his life. As both parties race to decipher the bangle’s origins, they uncover a trail meant only for the holiest of men, leading to an apostle’s manuscript, the hunt for a tomb alleged to conceal great power, and a breathless, globe-trotting adventure that threatens to destroy them all. From Prague to London, Europe to Asia, Tomb of Aradia launches the Lost Origins series, each book charting a new story exploring gaps in humanity’s long history.

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The Reaper Seal: A Lost Origins Novel
by Antony Davies
4.6 Stars (10 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Thrillers | Action & Adventure

The secrets of the ancient world were kept secret for a reason…


During the invasion of Iraq, the Museum of Baghdad is looted and trashed. Amid the famous precious treasures stolen that day, a stash of Sumerian agricultural seals also vanishes. As if the looters know exactly what they are searching for.


In the tiny Eastern European nation of Striovia, the seals have resurfaced. But in trying to negotiate their return, Toby Smith – director of the Lost Origins Recovery Institute – is accused of spying, and swiftly imprisoned.

What, exactly, are they trying to hide?

The Lost Origins group turns to the only person reckless enough to help free Toby: freelance archaeologist Jules Sibeko.

With this young, highly skilled man at their side, they embark on a furious international adventure, following ancient stories from the permafrost of Eurasia to the cradle of North American civilization, and beyond… where they must unravel the secrets held by generations of Sumerians before Toby’s captors do.

Here, the promise of power through visionary and metaphysical knowledge will be fulfilled.

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The Eagle Plague: A Lost Origins Novel
by Antony Davies
4.8 Stars (4 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Thrillers | Metaphysical

Some histories are too dangerous to expose…

In ancient Rome, military units would carry a staff topped with an eagle. Known as “aquilas,” these were symbols of Rome’s might, of its superiority, so revered that garrisons would search for lost staffs in enemy territory, even after suffering defeat in battle. Unfortunately, no aquila has been recovered or seen by modern eyes.

Until now.

When a geneticist with neo-Nazi funding surfaces, having evidently uncovered a mysterious aquila, the Lost Origins Recovery Institute investigates, and quickly discovers the object is not quite what it seems.

Soon, Jules Sibeko, the loose cannon of the group, uses his unique abilities to track down its location… where he discovers its dark, terrifying function.

With a mystery stretching from millennia-old Egyptian legend into the realms of modern day quantum physics, and the key to unlocking human evolution, Jules and the team must use all their intelligence and physical prowess to prevent a madman from poisoning the world.

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