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Publisher's Summary

What dark secret did the Founding Fathers of America hide, and who will stop at nothing to uncover it?
Navy SEALs in-training, Dane Maddock and Bones Bonebrake can't be in the same room without trying to kill each other, but soon find themselves caught up in a race with a secret society to solve a mystery that dates back to the founding of America. Find out how it all began in the action-packed first Dane and Bones Origins novella... Freedom!
Praise for the Dane Maddock Adventures:
"Freedom rocks! David Wood and Sean Sweeney serve up a great story of how it all began. Dane and Bones are in perfect form as they unravel a devilishly clever historical mystery that traces back to the early days of the nation." (Sean Ellis, author of Fortune Favors)
"David Wood has done it again. Quest takes you on an expedition that leads down a trail of adventure and thrills. David Wood has honed his craft and Quest is proof of his efforts!" (David L. Golemon, Author of Legacy and The Supernaturals)
"Ancient cave paintings? Cities of gold? Secret scrolls? Sign me up! A twisty tale of adventure and intrigue that never lets up and never lets go!" (Robert Masello, author of The Medusa Amulet)
"A non-stop thrill ride triple threat - smart, funny and mysterious!" (Jeremy Robinson, author of Instinct and Threshold)
"Let there be no confusion: David Wood is the next Clive Cussler. Once you start reading, you won't be able to stop until the last mystery plays out in the final line." (Edward G. Talbot, author of 2010: The Fifth World)
"An all-out blitzkrieg of a globe-trotting mystery-adventure that breaks from the action just long enough for a couple of laughs." (Rick Chesler, author of kiDNApped and Wired Kingdom)
"David Wood delivers again in Buccaneer with a fast-paced romp, complete with sunken treasure maps, hidden Templar churches and a secret organization that wants to resurrect an ancient kingdom. Fantastic!" (J.F. Penn, author of the ARKANE thrillers)
"David Wood captures all the adventure, twists and surprises, camaraderie, and treasure you could hope for in an action series." (Kane Gilmour, Author of Resurrect and co-author of Ragnarok)
©2013 David Wood (P)2013 Gryphonwood Press
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4 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 03-04-17


These guys like to write about history, with a heavy dose of conspiracy theory. This involves the founding fathers and a secret society. I did not get into this story, but the concept is a fun one and I will continue the series. I do like the characters. Good characters can cover for a meh story.


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5 out of 5 stars
By Readers Together on 02-22-14

A great story

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A novella full of intrigue, action and friendship. While I listened to this I couldn't help but smirk every now and then when something was revealed or happened that had been eluded too in other books (the Dane Maddock Adventure series), it's one of the reasons I like origin stories but this one seemed to do it better than most. A talent that David Wood seems to have at capturing a readers attention. It was really interesting seeing how Dane and Bones' friendship came to be. I listened to it in one is that good. Kafer did as he always does and captivates the listener as he tells the story as only he can.

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