Angry Sea, Hidden Sands

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ThingsAsian Press, Jul 1, 2011 - Fiction - 239 pages
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When Uncle Three's boat disappears in the South China Sea, an undersea grave robbing adventure begins for Fats, Poker-face and Uncle Three's long-suffering nephew. While searching for their reprobate leader, they find themselves lost in a labyrinth of shifting rooms—and pursued by two monsters that are as tenacious as they are deadly.

Who can be trusted? Who is lying? Answers to these questions shift and change as quickly as the rooms that imprison the gang of grave robbers. Rapidly each of them realizes nobody is to be relied on and that the truth is harder to find than any tomb's treasure trove or the enigmatic and elusive Uncle Three.

This second volume of The Grave Robbers' Chronicles continues the fast-paced horror saga that began in Cavern of the Blood Zombies, rich with humor, history, and a black-hearted femme fatale who is definitely out for blood.

 

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Contents

The Bronze Fish with 5 25 A Clump of Corpses
120
The DoublePaneled 11
131
My Uncle the Liar 61 _ _ g 38 Saved from the Tunnel 187 1 2
194
18 Conference 82 39 Sea Monkey Skirmish
205
Opening 1 18 Homicidal Hair 92
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Xu Lei was born in 1982 and graduated from Renmin University of China in 2004. He has held numerous jobs, working as a graphic designer, a computer programmer, and a supplier to the U.S. gaming industry. He is now the owner of an international trading company. Writing isn't his day job, but it is where his heart lies.

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