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The Phoenix Group Rising
     

The Phoenix Group Rising

by Colin Andrews
 

When archaeologist Mark Gillian uncovers a deadly artefact in a lost temple along with a list of three other locations, he relies on his old school friend Cook, the one person he can trust who has the abilities to gather the remaining pieces.
On their quest they soon discover they’re not the only ones interested in the artefacts, the most ultra-secret

Overview

When archaeologist Mark Gillian uncovers a deadly artefact in a lost temple along with a list of three other locations, he relies on his old school friend Cook, the one person he can trust who has the abilities to gather the remaining pieces.
On their quest they soon discover they’re not the only ones interested in the artefacts, the most ultra-secret organisation in the world, The Phoenix Group have been searching for nearly 50 years and have already unlocked their dangerous secrets.
From undiscovered temples in the Amazonas to caverns under London’s Westminster Parliament and from the mysterious Brown Mountain range to beneath a secret American Air Force base, there will be no greater puzzle or chase.
To stop the end of civilization.
If they lose this fight…so will you.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011399923
Publisher:
Colin Andrews
Publication date:
07/04/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
234 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I live in Northampton, UK Nine years ago (while my partner was expecting our 1st son) I had a motorcycle accident which left me in a wheelchair for four months. And?...I hear you say, well there's not much to do when you can't get out and about and go to work, so I decided to write a short book for my child to read when he was older and that's where it all started. I managed to get 25,000 words written in about three months, then our first born son decided it was time to arrive and that was the end of that...I never managed to get back to writing until last year when my son (now 9 years old) decided he wanted to read the first part and has bugged me ever since to finish the book. The Problem is... that ten years or so is long time and you end up adding or coming up with new ideas, or at least my son and I did, so I had to re-write the whole first part again and the idea for the book is so large now I've had to split it between three books instead...now possibly four..we'll see.

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