Edge of Tomorrow

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Abbott Press, Nov 17, 2012 - Fiction - 484 pages
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As “Star Wars,” “Indiana Jones,” and “Harry Potter,” were for people of all ages. “Edge of Tomorrow” will also excite the imagination with thought provoking unanswered questions about the origins of mankind, religion, and history, while taking the reader on one adventure after another.

When an old friend asks a washed-up telepathic archeologist, Nathan Masterson, and his gifted dog Duke, to help unlock the mysteries of a very unique cave system along the British Columbia coast, a series of events would unfold that would open a vast subterranean tunnel system. A system filled with many unbelievable creatures and an ancient alien race, whose leader reveals the true origins of mankind.

Then after returning home to northwest Montana, a local veterinarian, Patricia Smith, is attacked on Halloween. After Masterson and his family offer their protection they find out a Colombian drug-lord and tomb robber, Beltran Velasco is behind the attack and will stop at nothing to get his hands on the ancient medallion she has.

After the FBI and CIA get involved, Masterson puts together a full exploration team and make their way to an ancient temple complex atop a mountain in northern Guatemala where Valasco’s people have already zeroed in on. It is here the exploration team is sent on a quest through yet another underworld system, full of monsters, huge cities, and great adventures, far below Central and South America.

Meanwhile the FBI AND CIA uncover a plot to kill the president after investigating the secret society the Velasco’s are involved with.

 

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Contents

Chapter Thirtyone
209
Chapter Thirtytwo
219
Chapter Thirtythree
227
Chapter Thirtyfour
231
Chapter Thirtyfive
237
Chapter Thirtysix
243
Chapter Thirtyseven
252
Chapter Thirtyeight
258

Chapter Nine
54
Chapter Ten
61
Chapter Eleven
69
Chapter Twelve
73
Chapter Thirteen
77
Chapter Fourteen
85
Chapter Fifteen
92
Chapter Sixteen
99
Chapter Seventeen
106
Chapter Eighteen
114
Chapter Nineteen
121
Chapter Twenty
130
Chapter Twentyone
137
Chapter Twentytwo
144
Chapter Twentythree
153
Chapter Twentyfour
160
Chapter Twentyfive
167
Chapter Twentysix
171
Chapter Twentyseven
182
Chapter Twentyeight
189
Chapter Twentynine
197
Chapter Thirty
205
Chapter Thirtynine
266
Chapter Forty
274
Chapter Fortyone
281
Chapter Fortytwo
292
Chapter Fortythree
300
Chapter Fortyfour
313
Chapter Fortyfive
326
Chapter Fortysix
335
Chapter Fortyseven
340
Chapter Fortyeight
346
Chapter Fortynine
356
Chapter Fifty
369
Chapter Fiftyone
379
Chapter Fiftytwo
385
Chapter Fiftythree
396
Chapter Fiftyfour
404
Chapter Fiftyfive
415
Chapter Fiftysix
425
Chapter Fiftyseven
433
Chapter Fiftyeight
443
Chapter Fiftynine
452
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About the author (2012)

L. D. Westbrook combined his love of history and animals to explore another possibility of man’s origins. Originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, he has resided in Washington State for over forty years.

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