Forty Feet Below

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iUniverse, Jun 2, 2010 - Fiction
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A former British intelligence agent and his group of young treasure hunters are in the business of rare artifact acquisition and have crisscrossed the globe to uncover more than any other team. Now, after a devastating series of events, the group embarks on a new journey to uncover the facts behind the greatest exploration in history.

Just as the Columbus Day parade in Philadelphia becomes the scene of a massive terrorist attack that kills innocent civilians, a burned effigy of Christopher Columbus is discovered with a chilling message for the future. Days later, the leader of a Christian organization and his family are brutally murdered in their car. All across the attacks, a single symbol is appearing over and over-the blood red cross of the legendary Knights Templar.

Theodore Chamberlin and his students are determined to discover what Christopher Columbus has in common with an exterminated order of Christian knights. As they depart on a pilgrimage that takes them from Italy to the Caribbean to an island off the coast of Nova Scotia, an army of desperate individuals seeks to prevent the truth from rising to the surface-a truth buried in the legendary Money Pit of Oak Island.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
15
CHAPTER 3
28
CHAPTER 4
38
CHAPTER 5
48
CHAPTER 6
55
CHAPTER 7
67
CHAPTER 8
79
CHAPTER 22
198
CHAPTER 23
205
CHAPTER 24
218
CHAPTER 25
228
CHAPTER 26
241
CHAPTER 27
247
CHAPTER 28
254
CHAPTER 29
263

CHAPTER 9
90
CHAPTER 10
98
CHAPTER 11
104
CHAPTER 12
111
CHAPTER 13
120
CHAPTER 14
128
CHAPTER 15
138
CHAPTER 16
147
CHAPTER 17
156
CHAPTER 18
166
CHAPTER 19
174
CHAPTER 20
182
CHAPTER 21
192
CHAPTER 30
268
CHAPTER 31
275
CHAPTER 32
283
CHAPTER 33
290
CHAPTER 34
298
CHAPTER 35
302
CHAPTER 36
310
CHAPTER 37
315
CHAPTER 38
323
AUTHORS NOTE
329
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
333
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