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Publisher's Summary

September, 1787. A clandestine group of founding fathers gather to debate a decision that could change the fate of America. Once again, Navy SEALs Dane Maddock and "Bones" Bonebrake find themselves pitted against the revolutionary group, The Sons of the Republic, as they seek to unravel a centuries-old mystery. Action, thrills, and mystery abound in the exciting new Dane and Bones Origins story, Liberty.

©2014 Gryphonwood Press (P)2015 Gryphonwood Press

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Another Hit

The sons of the Republic are back and they want payback for the events in Freedom. Dane and Bones will need to put their minds, wit and skills together in order to Come up with a crazy scheme to save themselves and get to the bottom of The Republics plan. In pure Dane & Bones style you can expect action, history, humour and those pesky bad guys. Wood and Talbot really know how to entertain and weave a good tale.

Jeffrey Kafer once again puts in a great performance that makes the audiobook a pleasure to listen to. I listened to this in one sitting and really enjoyed it.

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A Performance Disaster

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I enjoy a mindless action novel on occasion. This story had potential; however, the narrator ruined it by not having the ability to differentiate his voice for different characters.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

He was unable to differentiate between characters with his voice.