‘The Archivists- The Alexandria Quest’ By Angandeep Kr Chatterjee

It’s the biggest secret kept in the United States, more hidden than the Area-51.
Sameer Rawath, an Indian student of Archival Science in the US, witnesses the sudden death of his mentor in a Cafe just near the National Archives Museum in Washington. Before his death, Doctor Richard Hedley tells Sam to find a notebook, a notebook that somehow is related to Sam’s long-deceased parents. As he tries to learn more about Richard’s mysterious note, he finds the museum guard Mark Brent and receptionist Eva Brown bringing him to a secret part of the National Archives. As he learns about The Archives hidden beneath the streets of Washington stretching from the National Archives to below the White House, a new world opens up before him.
But as Sam, Eva, and Mark move through the next levels of solving the mysterious clues, they discover that someone else is also behind the same thing as them. Bewildered, attacked, and nearly dying multiple times, they traveled from Washington to India, from Denmark to the Himalayas to find a terrible truth hidden from the world for two centuries. A truth that was related to the deaths of Sam’s parents during his childhood. But through this adventure, Sam finds the love of his life, Eva.

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