Area 51: The Grail

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Dell, 2001 - Fiction - 328 pages
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The Holy Grail -- is it the key to a miracle ... or a terrifying truth?

The Great Wall of China, the immense carvings on Easter Island, Egypt's pyramids, UFOs. What is the chilling connection? The answer, unearthed by an elite band of soldiers and scientists based at Area 51, is rewriting human history -- to include the aliens who shaped it!

Now, in this heart-pounding novel, Area 51 personnel embark on a top secret search for the Holy Grail, a glittering artifact with the power to save the world ... or lead to its destruction.

Special Forces officer Mike Turcotte has paid his dues in battle and in blood. Now assigned to Area 51, he fights the toughest enemy of his career: the alien race who arrived on earth millennia ago and have returned to claim the planet.

Mike has dodged bullets and faced weapons of mass destruction to give humanity another day of reprieve. But when his lover, scientist Lisa Duncan, falls into evil hands, Mike must decide which prize means the most to him -- the woman he loves or the legendary Grail. It's a decision that could damn him ... or damn us all.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
27
Section 4
38
Section 5
66
Section 6
73
Section 7
99
Section 8
109
Section 14
175
Section 15
192
Section 16
196
Section 17
208
Section 18
222
Section 19
234
Section 20
254
Section 21
279

Section 9
117
Section 10
133
Section 11
146
Section 12
158
Section 13
166
Section 22
290
Section 23
303
Section 24
322
Section 25
324
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\Robert Doherty is a pseudonym for a best-selling writer of military suspense novels. He is also the author of The Rock, Area 51, Area 51: The Reply, Area 51: The Mission, Area 51: The Sphinx and Psychic Warrior.

If you are interested in more information about Robert Doherty, you can visit his Web site at http://www.bobmayer.org.

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