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Buried Lie (A Young Ace Roberts Adventure)

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1961. For more than fifteen years, a cabal of escaped Nazi war criminals has been scheming in secret to restore the glory of the fallen Reich. Now they have set their sights on the one man who can lead them to a fantastic secret facility buried in the Arizona desert. But kidnapping JJ Roberts, Yale Professor of Theology is a big mistake; not because he’s a member of the elite Skull & Bones fraternity, and not because he has friends in the highest levels of the American government. Kidnapping JJ Roberts is a bad idea because his son is Ace Roberts….
 Fourteen-year-old Ace is willing to risk anything to get his father back. With his girlfriend Debra and his best friend Brian at his side, he sets out on the adventure of a lifetime. The intrepid teenagers will face unimaginable horrors as they journey into the desert, and to the very edge of existence, to uncover the truth behind... Buried Lie.
Refreshingly original and immensely fun, Buried Lie is a rollicking, clever adventure tale for young adults featuring gun-toting zombies, nefarious Nazis, and a hidden secret of apocalyptic proportions.” – Dirk Cussler New York Times Bestselling Author of CRESCENT DAWN

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  1. A fantastic, action/adventure read with heart and soul!!

    Posted by Paul Michael Kane on 27th Dec 2012

    I am an avid adventure fiction reader . . . I have an extensive collection of Clive Cussler, Ian Fleming . . . the list goes on. I picked up Buried Lie – An Young Ace Roberts Adventure in the hopes it would rekindle the feeling I got as a young reader. Books like Tom Swift and the Hardy Boys were among my favorites as a kid - and now that I have a daughter who is an avid reader, I wanted to introduce her to the next generation of adventure heroes . . . Buried Lie far surpassed my expectations. Kerry introduces you to characters that you bond with instantly. It’s set a few decades in the past, but doesn’t get bogged down in trying to establish that setting – brilliantly done. Character interaction and dialog are completely believable and well written . . . and most importantly . . . you care about these characters immediately! It was a very fun read that – at the end – left me eager for more Ace Roberts stories. Can’t wait to hand off my copy to my daughter (it’s got a terrific, strong female character that I know she’s just going to love!).

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