Jewels of Stonehenge Frederick J. Masterman

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Published: February 27th 2011

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Jewels of Stonehenge  by  Frederick J. Masterman

Jewels of Stonehenge by Frederick J. Masterman
February 27th 2011 | Nook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 312 pages | ISBN: | 10.28 Mb

They all looked at the scientist, puzzled at his demeanor and expression, altered after his powerful experiences with the two gems. What I am saying is that I dont think the jewels originated on this planet. I think they are from a different place,MoreThey all looked at the scientist, puzzled at his demeanor and expression, altered after his powerful experiences with the two gems.

What I am saying is that I dont think the jewels originated on this planet. I think they are from a different place, a different world, out there. He gestured and gazed upward. They are not of this earth.An archeological expedition to Norway is engulfed in theft, intrigue and murder when they encounter an ancient order of thieves seeking to assemble a set of unearthly gems. Looming over all is the shrouded mystery of Stonehenge, whose origin and purpose are locked in the bizarre jewels of another world, and the creation of a weapon of infinite destruction.The second book in the PlanetCare Discoveries SeriesAs in his first book, Mastermans sense of place is so well conceived its almost a character.

In the Cussler tradition there is adventure and danger at every turn, fast-paced and compelling. But also woven into this plot is the well-researched sci-fi reminiscent of Michael Crichton. Its fun, its sexy.--Rebecca McEldowney, Author Soul of Flesh. . .this new addition to this clever series is filled with numerous twists and turns of plot, evil scientists and police officers, a secret society in hooded robes and conducting a centuries-long campaign to obtain the otherworldly jewels.

And its filled and exotic locations: fjords, ski slopes and cities of Norway- and the supreme exotica of Stonehenge, that mysterious pile of stones on the Salisbury Plain in Southern England. . . Masterman combines his interest in science fiction with adventure and a contemporary setting. This is a good read. I confess to having stayed up later reading than is normally healthy for me.--Gordon McBride, Author of Ghost of Midsummer CommonSeduction, intrigue, a Femme Fatale second to none, provocative, innovative, action, adventure.

What more could a reader want? Oh, yeah, the next book in the Planet Care series!--Mickey Getty, Author of The Junk Lottery



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