The Atlas Maneuver


By Steve Berry

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From a celebrated New York Times bestselling author comes a Cotton Malone adventure in which Cotton unravels a mystery from World War II involving a legendary lost treasure known as Yamashita’s Gold.

1945. In the waning months of World War II, Japan hid vast quantities of gold and other stolen valuables in boobytrapped underground caches all across the Philippines. By 1947 some of that loot was recovered, not by treasure hunters, but by the United States government, which told no one about the find. Instead, those assets were stamped classified, shipped to Europe, and secretly assimilated into something called the Black Eagle Trust.

Retired Justice Department Operative Cotton Malone, is in Switzerland doing a favor for a friend. But what was supposed to be a simple operation turns violent and Cotton is thrust into a war between the world’s oldest bank and the CIA. He quickly discovers that everything hinges on a woman from his past, who suddenly reappears harboring a host of explosive secrets.

From the stolid banking halls of Luxembourg, to the secret vaults of Switzerland, and finally up into the treacherous mountains of southern Morocco, Cotton Malone is stymied at every turn–until he finally comes face-to-face with the Atlas Maneuver.


  • "The Atlas Maneuver delivers one thrill after another and is easily Berry's best book in years."
    The Real Book Spy
  • Berry's talent for mixing nonstop action with history is in full swing in [The Atlas Maneuver.] One of the best features of Berry's novels is the writer's note, in which he breaks down the facts behind the fiction, and it's essential reading since everything in this thriller seems all too real.
    Jeff Ayers

    “Berry pumps the veins of history with action-packed adrenaline.”
    Chicago Tribune
  • “Berry is the master scientist with a perfect formula for the bestseller lists.”
    Associated Press
  • “[Berry] has a genuine feel for the factual gaps that give history its tantalizing air of the unknown.”
    New York Times
  • “Bestseller Berry once again shows there’s no working author more skilled at combining thrilling adventure with engrossing historical detail."
    Publishers Weekly
  • “Prolific writer Steve Berry has been creating intelligent, top-shelf fiction for decades.”

On Sale
Feb 20, 2024
Page Count
400 pages

Steve Berry

About the Author

Steve Berry is the New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of eighteen Cotton Malone novels, five stand-alone thrillers, two Luke Daniels adventures, and several works of short fiction. He has over twenty-six million books in print, translated into forty-one languages. With his wife, Elizabeth, he is the founder of History Matters, an organization dedicated to historical preservation. He serves as an emeritus member of the Smithsonian Libraries Advisory Board and was a founding member of International Thriller Writers, formerly serving as its co-president.

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