The Judas Apocalypse

Dan McNeil dmcneil1@rogers.com 826214809659

ADVENTURE HISTORICAL FICTION SUSPENSE / THRILLER

1940s & '50s

Dan McNeil

Logline

On the eve of the Second World war, a German archaeologist is approached by an infamous Grail seeker who tells him a fantastic story of Templars, Church scandal, a long-buried manuscript, and the key to finding the famous lost treasure of the Cathars. With the help of a group of American soldiers, the archaeologist sets out on his quest for the secret of the Cathar treasure.

Genre

Adventure, Historical Fiction, Suspense / Thriller

Target Audiences

Age: 35-54

Target Gender:

Setting

Judea, Rennes-le-Chateau, Carcassonne, Berlin, Nag Hammadi (Egypt)

Based on a True Story

No

Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: I Publish Press

Year Published: 2008

Starting Description

Archaeologist Gerhard Denninger comes into possession of a coded document that will show the location of a long lost treasure. With the help of infamous Grail seeker Otto Rahn and a group of displaced American soldiers, Denninger's quest takes him down an unexpected road with shocking twists.

Ending Description

Denninger's discovery of the true nature of the Cathar treasure is shocking and could have global repercussions. After the treasure is presumed destroyed, Denninger continues his archaeological work. To his surprise, Otto Rahn reappears with the treasure intact setting off a last series of twists.

Group Specific

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Hard Copy Available

No

ISBN

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Mature Audience Themes

Language/Profanity, Substance Abuse

Plot - Other Elements

Twist

Plot - Premise

Quest

Main Character Details

Name: Dr. Gerhard Denninger

Age: 59

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Adventurous, Decisive, Educated, Perseverance

Additional Character Details

Name: Cpl Doug Markham

Age: 35

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive, Badass, Crazy, Heroic, Leader, Masculine, Perseverance

Additional Character Details

Name: Otto Rahn

Age: 37

Gender: LGBT

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Charming, Confident, Educated, Narcissistic, Adventurous

Additional Character Details

Name: Private Rourke

Age: 28

Gender: Male

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Blunt, Crazy, Criminal, Greedy, Manipulative, Aggressive, Insecure, Outspoken, Unapologetic

Logline

On the eve of the Second World war, a German archaeologist is approached by an infamous Grail seeker who tells him a fantastic story of Templars, Church scandal, a long-buried manuscript, and the key to finding the famous lost treasure of the Cathars. With the help of a group of American soldiers, the archaeologist sets out on his quest for the secret of the Cathar treasure.

Short Summary

Archaeologist Gerhard Denninger comes into possession of a coded document that will show the location of a long lost treasure. With the help of infamous Grail seeker Otto Rahn and a group of displaced American soldiers, Denninger's quest takes him down an unexpected road with shocking twists.


Denninger's discovery of the true nature of the Cathar treasure is shocking and could have global repercussions. After the treasure is presumed destroyed, Denninger continues his archaeological work. To his surprise, Otto Rahn reappears with the treasure intact setting off a last series of twists.

Development Pitch

About The Author

Core Theme

Quest

Characters

Main Character

Name: Dr. Gerhard Denninger

Age: 59

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Adventurous, Decisive, Educated, Perseverance

Character 1

Name: Cpl Doug Markham

Age: 35

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive, Badass, Crazy, Heroic, Leader, Masculine, Perseverance

Character 2

Name: Otto Rahn

Age: 37

Gender: LGBT

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Charming, Confident, Educated, Narcissistic, Adventurous

Character 3

Name: Private Rourke

Age: 28

Gender: Male

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Blunt, Crazy, Criminal, Greedy, Manipulative, Aggressive, Insecure, Outspoken, Unapologetic

Supplemental Materials

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