★★★★★I love reading
"Penn's ARKANE series enthralled me from the start, each book delivering a great mix of character, history, religion, mystery and thrills. GATES OF HELL is no exception, drawing the reader into a new level of excitement. I was with Dr. Morgan Sierra during her Red Sea dive, felt her determination to exact revenge, experienced her horror at Hell's Gate. Penn's descriptions have never been better."5 star Amazon review
★★★★★Jane V. Blanchard
"The story is riveting as Morgan and her partner Jake Timber follow the clues and try to remain a step ahead of Adam Kadmon, the man trying to unleashed hell's demons ...In my opinion, this is her best book to date, and I look forward to more."5 star Amazon review
"As always Ms Penn has created an adventure that doesn't stop! One thing I love about her writing is how she uses places which she has actually visited in her books. This attention to detail makes her one of my favorite authors!"5 star Amazon review
"You have to read this book. It is non stop action but also gives the reader some insight into the Jewish religion. It takes you from London to Spain then to Israel and finally to Budapest for an amazing finale. Never disappointed when reading a book by Penn."5 star Amazon review
In the ARKANE thriller series ...
ARKANE agents Morgan Sierra and Jake Timber race against time to solve religious and supernatural mysteries around the world.
They're joined by other members of the ARKANE team as they search for clues and battle foes both human and supernatural along the way.
Described by fans as "Dan Brown meets Lara Croft," and perfect for fans of James Rollins or Steve Berry.
An ancient manuscript, diving into the Dead Sea, loads of sightseeing and history – and stuff blowing up! So much fun to read.
Morgan learns the truth about her father’s death and a Kabbalist group called the Remnant who protects the world from demons. She and Jake have to stop a fanatic from finding the Key and opening the Gates of Hell.
I liked that Morgan is faced with things from her past, learning the truth about it and overcoming her own fears. I also liked the use of Kabballah mysticism – especially the climax.
Another great adventure where Morgan saves the world from the occult.