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They tried to kill him to cover up an ancient secret. Now Sean Wyatt is plunged head first into a race against time to save his best friend and the lives of billions.

A 4,000-year-old mystery lurks in the hills of Georgia. While investigating a strange series of ancient symbols, an archaeologist vanishes, and a professor he entrusted with the secret is murdered. Former government agent Sean Wyatt learns of his friend's disappearance and the murder. Now he must unravel the clues to the ancient mystery that holds incredible power.

To save his friend, Sean will have to fight off highly trained mercenaries in hand to hand combat, violent shootouts, and high speed car chases through the Blue Ridge Mountains. And in the end, what he learns will change the history books as we know them.

©2012 Ernest Walter Dempsey III (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Tara
  • Trinity FL, USA
  • 07-18-18

Great history mystery with a hunky hero!

I loved this book! Sean Wyatt was a fun character that reminded me of the cleverness of Nelson DeMille's John Corey and the smart history buff of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon. I was super surprised to find myself liking Sean right from the start (usually it takes me a couple of books to really get to know a character.) The pace of the story was fast and there were some super interesting ideas that made me do that "mind blown" motion off the side of my head. Will for sure get the rest of the series! I thought the narrator did a good job, an interesting and entertaining listen!

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Good read. Very well illustrated .

Works well with archeological sites in Georgia. Narrator could do a lot better on Georgian slang and accent. Even European criminal sounded Asian. Enjoyed action and suspense.

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Secret of the Stones Lost Chamber series

Book was Great. Narrator ruined it for me. Wish audible had the other books in the series with a different narrator

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  • Christine
  • 11-29-18

A poor version of Wilde and Chase

This book has the same idea as Andy McDermotts Wilde and Chase -Instead of IHA it’s IAA the main hero is ex CIA instead of SAS and the story line is much weaker but the premise is the same - don’t know which one is plagiarised but this version doesn’t work. The narrator sounds like someone is strangling him most of the time.