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Splashdown
     

Splashdown

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by David Wood
 
1961- Space capsule Liberty Bell 7 crashes into the Atlantic Ocean and sinks in what was called an accident. But was it?

When Navy SEALs Dane Maddock and �Bones� Bonebrake are called upon to find the Liberty Bell 7 and recover its secret cargo, they find themselves caught up in a conspiracy from the Cold War era, and only they stand in the way of a powerful

Overview

1961- Space capsule Liberty Bell 7 crashes into the Atlantic Ocean and sinks in what was called an accident. But was it?

When Navy SEALs Dane Maddock and �Bones� Bonebrake are called upon to find the Liberty Bell 7 and recover its secret cargo, they find themselves caught up in a conspiracy from the Cold War era, and only they stand in the way of a powerful man bent on vengeance. Dane and Bones are back in another �Origins� adventure. Sunken ships, deadly creatures, dangerous enemies, mysteries from the past, and all the thrills your heart can stand await you in Splashdown!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149576104
Publisher:
Gryphonwood Press
Publication date:
04/14/2014
Series:
Dane Maddock Origins , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
186
Sales rank:
215,545
File size:
190 KB

Meet the Author

David Wood is the author of the popular action-adventure series, The Dane Maddock Adventures, as well as several stand-alone works and two series for young adults. Under his David Debord pen name he is the author of the Absent Gods fantasy series. When not writing, he co-hosts the Authorcast podcast. David and his family live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Visit him online at www.davidwoodweb.com.

Rick Chesler is the author of the popular Tara Shores Thriller series and several other thrillers. Rick holds a Bachelor of Science in marine biology and has had a life-long interest in the ocean, its creatures and the people who call it their home. When not at work as a research project manager, he can be found scuba diving or traveling to research his next thriller idea. He currently lives in the Florida Keys with his wife and son. Visit him online at rickchesler.com.

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Splashdown 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
kristin-henning More than 1 year ago
I've read all of Dane Maddock Adventures and Origins stories, this being the most recent. I love them all, and this one did not disappoint! It's so fast paced. I found myself wanting to skip ahead because I couldn't stand the suspense of what was going to happen next. These books always put me in a good mood because on top of excellent story lines Dane and Bones are so dang funny! My only complaint is that it was over way too soon. As with most of these books, while they are not cliffhangers, you want to instantly go to the next book! Don't worry about having not read previous books. While I think it helps with the history, these are very good stand alone books. And kudo's to Rick on this book also- a very good writing team! So, if you are still reading reviews to figure out if you should buy it- STOP- just do it!
readaholic-nana More than 1 year ago
Splashdown, a Dane and Bones Origins Story, gives us a peek back in time when Dane and Bones were still Navy Seals.  In Splashdown, our two heroes are called on by the government to steal a bomb from the Liberty Bell 7 that lays on the ocean floor.  Nothing every seem to be easy with Dane and Bones and their adventure in Splashdown is no different.  This is a covert operation but at the scene is.... a news crew filming the raising of the Liberty 7, a treasure hunter who is after treasures of a sunken Spanish ship and ...... drum roll... the Russians who want the bomb for not so nice reason. Dane and Bones run a muck with the Russians, fight back and escape as this is their story.  In typical Dane and Bones fashion there are not only adventures but some good antics by the boys. The Origins books are fun to read after having read the Dane and Bones series.  Love the little insights into their history.
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