The Guardians (Parallel Ops, Book 3)

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From the author of the Seeds Of Civilization series-comes THE GUARDIANS. The third in a four-book series called Parallel Ops features Tony Nicoletti.

After flying to Cancun to attend the wedding of his friends, Linda and Javier, Tony vanished for more than five years but now he's back and he's fighting mad! Yes, the free-wheeling, act-first and think-later Tony Nicoletti that you came to love in the Seeds of Civilization series is back and he's...

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Overview

From the author of the Seeds Of Civilization series-comes THE GUARDIANS. The third in a four-book series called Parallel Ops features Tony Nicoletti.

After flying to Cancun to attend the wedding of his friends, Linda and Javier, Tony vanished for more than five years but now he's back and he's fighting mad! Yes, the free-wheeling, act-first and think-later Tony Nicoletti that you came to love in the Seeds of Civilization series is back and he's on a mission.

For more than five years, Tony Nicoletti was held captive in a secret underground complex. Now he's free and on a quest to protect a mysterious underwater secret while at the same time seeking to destroy those who imprisoned him. After escaping captivity in Cancun, Tony Nicoletti finds himself on the doorstep of a bar along the Belize City waterfront. Befriended by a barmaid and a retired American, his journey takes him across the Caribbean and into the deepest danger of all.

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Dr. Greg Little
“This work is touted as a ‘fictional’ account of underwater and other secret places in specific areas of the Caribbean (Andros and the Bahamas) but it is based on a variety of real places and actual events. It is an exciting read for anyone interested in the strange events that have and are taking place in the Bermuda Triangle.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977910984
  • Publisher: NWIDI Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2012
  • Series: Parallel Ops Series , #3
  • Pages: 284
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

R.J. Archer is a mystery/adventure author, a freelance writer and a retired computer consultant who called the Pacific Northwest home for 39 years. The author and his wife, Marty, currently reside in La Paz, on the shores of the Sea of Cortez at the southern end of Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

His fiction work includes two multi-book series. The Seeds of Civilization series is a trilogy loosely based on the theory that one or more advanced civilizations existed on earth long before the Mesopotamians built their first mud huts. Each Seeds novel is built around a different—but very real—unsolved archaeological mystery.

His second series, called Parallel Ops, spans four novels and takes the theory of ancient civilizations to a whole new level. The first three books take place during the exact same time frame and may be read in parallel, the way they were written, or in the more traditional serial manner. The fourth and last book in the series follows the first three chronologically. Book 1, The Scientists, was released in November, 2011. Books 2 and 3 in early and mid 2012, respectively, and the final installment is scheduled for release after December 21, 2012 - the end of the Mayan calendar!

His non-fiction works include TheMegaBlog.com, an online chronicle of underwater archaeology activities in the Caribbean, where evidence of a REAL ancient civilization has already been confirmed.

Mr. Archer holds a Bachelor of Science degree with dual majors in Physics and Mathematics and he is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. His interests include ancient civilizations, inner and outer space and conspiracy theories of all kinds
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2012

    Editorial Reviews Dr. Greg Little ¿This work is touted as a ¿

    Editorial Reviews


    Dr. Greg Little
    “This work is touted as a ‘fictional’ account of underwater and other secret places in specific areas of the Caribbean (Andros and the Bahamas) but it is based on a variety of real places and actual events. It is an exciting read for anyone interested in the strange events that have and are taking place in the Bermuda Triangle.”

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 26, 2012

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    this is a must read, highly recommended

    I just completed reading The Guardians by R.J. Archer and I have to say hands down that this was the best one yet from the Parallel Ops series. It was straight action from beginning to end and once again left you waiting with eager anticipation to find out what happens next. It was very well written and had me captivated until the last word literally. The story continues from Tony Nicoletti's point of view, taking you through the streets of Belize to a fantastic voyage across the ocean to the Virgin Islands. Underwater adventures and mysteries abound as you get ever closer to the conclusion to this unique series.R.J. is the first I know of to write a series that weaves itself together as you are reading them, bringing the different stories together into one cohesive plot. it keeps you wondering whats next, and how the other story will tie in. This was a great and well written book.

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  • Posted November 14, 2012

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    #4. will be out in Dec..Can't wait !

    #4. will be out in Dec..Can't wait !

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