Decoding the Secretss of Crete (Khanser and Piromsartkoon, 2018) is a book is a creative non-fiction with a novel inside it an brings the readers to the ancient land of the Keftians (i.e. Minoans, as called by Evans), to Amarna in ancient Egypt, and finally to the Phaistos Palace ruins where the world famous Phaistos Disk was found in 1908 by Dr. Luigi Pernier. The Disk has strange hieroglyphic symbols stamped on both its sides and the message has not yet been deciphered to this day.
The authors formally present their own attempt at decipherment of the Phaistos Disk, an ancient treasure of Greece. Their only proof that their decipherment is correct will be when the lost tomb of Pharaoh Ahkenaten, King of Egypt of the 18th Dynasty of the Amarna Period will be found in Crete. This book is being considered as a forthcoming international film.