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Hold. On. Tight.  

In 1801, a British officer discovered a clue to one of the most coveted relics in history, a weapon so powerful it could mean deaths for hundreds of thousands of people.

Sean Wyatt just wants bullets to stop flying his way. He did his time as a government agent and as an artifact recovery specialist for the IAA. Now he just wants some peace and quiet, but when he rescues a friend from being executed in the mountains of Tennessee, Sean and his sidekick Tommy Shultz are thrown into a high octane game of cat and mouse with a wealthy Frenchman who will stop at nothing to get his next prize.

Will Sean and Tommy be able to find the relic in time?

Grab your copy now to find out.

©2015 Ernest Dempsey (P)2019 Ernest Dempsey

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One half of a book

The book supposedly had four clues. The author kind of gave up after two/three and the fourth part was totally none existent. On the up side Pirhalla was a good reader.

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Déjà vu!

I’ve listened to several of this series. With kindle unlimited they were reasonably priced. I did start to recognize a commonality in the stories. Always a great archeological mystery that Sean gets involved with then THE BAD HOMBRES! Usually the good guys, with uncanny luck, manage to solve the mystery and thwart the BAD HOMBRES. The various books are so similar they should have a disclaimer that “names were changed to copy this book”.