Dane Maddock Adventures
Action,adventure,mystery and more! Navy SEAL turned treasure hunter Dane Maddock and his partner “Bones” Bonebrake don’t look for trouble,but adventure seems to hide around every corner. A globetrotting action-adventure series in the tradition of Clive Cussler,James Rollins,and the Indiana Jones adventures.
Book 1: Dourado
What lies beneath the sands of the Holy Land’s most famous city?
Book 2: Cibola
Can Dane and Bones unravel the secret of the Seven Cities of Cibola?
Book 3: Quest
What is the true story behind Percy Fawcett’s final expedition and the Lost City of Z?
Book 4: Icefall
Clues hidden in German cathedrals point the way to the secret of the Magi.
Book 5: Buccaneer
The legendary Oak Island Money Pit hides clues to a treasure and a deeper mystery.
Book 6: Atlantis Coming November 20
What is the true story of Atlantis,and can Dane and Bones stop the Dominion from harnessing its power?
Dane Maddock Origins Series
Can’t get enough Dane and Bones? The Origins series follows our heroes during their days in the Navy SEALS. Mystery and adventure abound!
Book 1: Freedom (with Sean Sweeney)
Book 2: Dead Ice (with Steven Savile) forthcoming
Book 3: Hell Ship (with Sean Ellis) forthcoming
Book 4: Liberty (with Edward G. Talbot) forthcoming
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