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Nothing New Under The Sun: A Suspense Thriller (A Carter Devereux Mystery Thriller Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Ancient history and it's archaeology, especially Egypt, are amongst my favourite subjects. I also subscribe to the notion that there were advanced civilisations prior to those we currently call ancient. According to various old texts from around the world, they also had flying machines and weapons of mass destruction, with some evidence that the latter was actually used.
Ooparts are an enigma largely ignored by the mainstream archaeologists, partly because they cannot be easily explained, or have been faked. There is a plethora of pictures of these on the web, but the problem is that pictures can so easily be faked these days and the stories are often anecdotal. I have no doubt that a number of these are genuine and truly puzzling.
If you like any of the above, read this book.
a heartwarming family saga and love story, all rolled into one.
After the successful Rossler Foundation Mysteries Series, JC has pulled off introducing us to new characters that the reader cares about, well-
researched, sensitively written, and packed with information, theories, and conjecture. The book needs to be read in conjunction with its sequel,
'The Wolves of Freydis', and this introduces us to the literary ploy of ending the book on a cliff-hanger. Like many readers I hate this procedure,
but it is a small price to pay in this instance for the details and thrills Ryan provides for us in his denouement in the second of the duo of books, and
he certainly gives value for money in both volumes. On reflection, I truly feel that this series not only equals the best of the early Rossler series, but
in many ways exceeds them. The characters live on in the memory, and obviously provide the potential for future thrills and adventure. Well done,
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