Artifact of Atlantis

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 396 pages
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In Early 16th Century English occupied Ireland, August and Kronos Connor are fairly content to spend their days handling the duties of Irish nobility and their nights secretly planning and staging raids and other acts for the Irish rebellion.

That is, until a long awaited shipment from far in the east reveals their formerly unknown family ties to a lost civilization, spurring them to seek some answers. Their search gets them intwined in a secret conspiracy threatening to leverage an ancient artifact which will impact millions across the continent. They embark on a thrilling chase across early Renaissance Europe, deciphering ancient clues along the way to get them to a destination where a shocking truth is revealed...one which may change the course of history...

"Absolutely thrilling every step of the way. A real page turner." - "Washington Review"

"Superb mix of humor and wit with mystery and adventure...a truly enjoyable story." - "London Top Books List"

 

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Contents

Section 1
36
Section 2
46
Section 3
64
Section 4
82
Section 5
98
Section 6
110
Section 7
116
Section 8
118
Section 14
196
Section 15
198
Section 16
208
Section 17
212
Section 18
220
Section 19
266
Section 20
308
Section 21
328

Section 9
124
Section 10
136
Section 11
150
Section 12
170
Section 13
176
Section 22
368
Section 23
374
Section 24
376
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Andrew J. Farrell lives in Orlando, Florida. An avid swimmer and runner, Farrell has competed and placed in several World Championships of Aquathlon (run-swim). He enjoys traveling and has been to over forty countries around the globe, several of which are included in this book. Farrell is also the President and Founder of Pogo Corporation, a multinational software company based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has a degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

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