Arius of Alexandria was murdered for his opposition to the Nicene Creed and Christianity would never be the same. Its greatest philosophical secret was lost… forever? Mention it and you’re still branded a blasphemous heretic, or worse. All known copies of his writings were burned, his ideas destroyed, and his name defamed by those who poisoned him. Sixteen hundred seventy-five years later, Harrison Pearce, an architect, is asked to travel in England to do research on behalf of a client, Michael Stern. Following his arrival in London, Michael, who is both a banker and a collector of ancient documents, phones Harrison, asking him to go to Oxford to pick up a small package from a professor at the university. When Harrison arrives at the scholar’s office at Christ Church, he is shocked to find that the man has been shot only moments before his arrival and is now slumped over his desk i ...