Napoleons Treasure



From the bestselling author Greg Bolen, who wrote “Someone Like Me” comes Napoleon’s Treasure, A Historical Adventure.

The Search for Napoleons Treasure of the Past 200 Years is About to be Revealed

While in Paris, the American news correspondent Tom Bennett visits Napoleons tomb and runs into the nobleman Ulrich Von Berg. Bennett is stunned about his story. Bennetts curiosity himself into turmoil. He is invited to the old Admiral’s coastal manor.

A  manor with a secret, a secret that was well protected by the former owner a Frenchman and hidden for the last 200 years. Some other forces are at work and are willing to risk it all to take possession of a hidden box. A mysterious box that may reveal details about the Emperors NNapoleons Treasure_Frontapoleon Bonapart’s treasure.

A treasure that was secretly brought out of Paris after Waterloo. A treasure that was hidden in the hope, Napoleon would return one day to reclaim his throne. Bennet joins forces with the Admiral and his beautiful and charming daughter LouLou to complete the quest to find Napoleon’s long lost treasure.

What is to follow is an exciting mixture of blood-pumping adventure, intrigue, romance and cutting keenness to decipher the location of the treasure. Bennett follows the treasure, a stunning historical truth, that has outlived the men who buried it. The mystery unfolds as enticing clues are revealed

Napoleons Treasure is a story for thrill-seekers of all ages, astounding as each twist is revealed. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to be captured by a historical based, intelligent thriller. Napoleons Treasure delivers with an unexpected end, entirely unpredictable and right up amazing. A real page turner!

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Curious Facts

The Secret Plan of Napoleon Bonaparte

One of the greatest military leaders and a genius, Napoleon Bonaparte, had an enormous treasure stored away in Paris. His private secretary has documented the total amount of gold and jewels, and Napoleons personal collection of over one hundred gold snuff boxes. As Napoleon returned from Waterloo to Paris, his private treasure was loaded onto horse carriages protected by Napoleons private guard.

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A limited group of military friends was in charge to escort the treasure out of France and hid it. At the same time, a small group of family and friends was to accompany Napoleon out of Europe into the United States. The Emperor was unable to flee and gave himself up to the British to allow for his brother and some friends to leave France undetected. His brother and several friends of Napoleon purchased several properties in America, including a house in Cap Vincent, New York, at the foot of the Thousand Islands, where the waters of Lake Ontario become the Saint Lawrence River and a large estate on the banks of the Delaware at Bordentown, New Jersey.

It was there that they hoped Napoleon would stay in a temporary exile once past the British blockade and to eventually return to France to reclaim his throne. The treasure was well hidden, his location known by just a few, waiting for Napoleons return. However, Napoleon never escaped from Saint Helena and died in 1821 as a prisoner of the British.

We know as a fact that the well-documented treasure was never seen after Napoleon left Paris, nor have pieces ever surfaced.

When he returned to Paris after the Russian operation, Napoleon placed a large map of the United States on the table and said to his elder brother, “Joseph, it is very plausible, that in not so distant future, we both will seek an asylum in the United States. Come, let us look at the map for the greatest spot.”

It is very unlikely that Napoleons ever planned to have his treasure brought into the United States. It is clear that the treasure was brought out of France and is still waiting for the day to be discovered.

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