“Map of Bones,” published in 2005, is the second of a dozen novels Rollins’ best-selling Sigma Force series, which combines historical figures and events and creates fictional thrillers that are centered around Sigma Force — an elite covert arm of the U.S. Defense Department made up of former Special Forces officers trained as experts in various scientific fields.
The “Map of Bones” story centers on the bones of the three Magi who paid homage to the newborn Jesus Christ. The story starts at a crowded service at a cathedral in Germany when armed intruders in monks’ robes unleash a nightmare of destruction.
Along with “Map of Bones,” Sacchi is continuing to work on projects that he started as an executive, while also pitching new projects to the motion picture and television groups, including the English-language remake of “Instructions Not Included”; action-thriller “Vanish Man” with Lee Toland Krieger (“Age of Adaline”) writing and attached to direct; and a movie version of the “Dork Diaries” book series with Mark Waters directing.
Sacchi is also working on a Lionsgate TV project based on “Rogues’ Gallery,” Michael Gross’ book about the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
Cole is repped by CAA. Rollins is repped by APA on behalf of Scovil, Galen, Ghosh Literary Agency.