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Publisher's Summary

Looking for a modern-day version of Indiana Jones? Dane Maddock is your man! This box set includes the first three books in the Dane Maddock Adventures series plus a bonus story.
Dourado
A sunken treasure. An ancient Biblical artifact. A mystery as old as humankind.
In 1829, the Portuguese brig Dourado sank off the coast of Indonesia, losing its cargo of priceless treasures from the Holy Land. One of these lost relics holds the key to an ancient mystery. But someone does not want this treasure to come to light. When her father is murdered while searching for the Dourado, Kaylin Maxwell hires treasure hunter and former Navy Seal Dane Maddock and his partner Uriah "Bones" Bonebrake, to locate the wreckage and recover a lost Biblical artifact, the truth behind which could call into question the fundamentally held truths of human existence. Join Maddock and Bones on a perilous adventure that carries them from the depths of the Pacific to ancient cities of stone as they unravel the mystery of the Dourado.
Cibola
Dane Maddock returns in another unforgettable adventure! When Maddock rescues beautiful archaeologist Jade Ihara, he joins her on asearch for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola. Cibola takes the listener on a journey across the American southwest, where the ruins of the mysterious Anasazi hide deadly secrets, and foes lurk around every corner. Maddock and his partner "Bones" Bonebrake must decipher clues from the fabled Copper Scroll, outwit their enemies, and be the first to unlock the secret of Cibola.
Quest
Dane Maddock is back. Deep in the Amazon, a university group encounters a horror beyond their darkest nightmares and vanishes without a trace. Called upon to undertake a daring rescue mission, Maddock and Bones must trace the true path of Percy Fawcett's final expedition, but the secret that lies at the end of the search might be even deadlier than the enemies who seek it.
©2015 David Wood (P)2017 Gryphonwood Press
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 05-28-18

Ehh...

A great example of how delivery is everything. you have a fun and interesting adventure series with characters you can't help but get attached to, and then you put Ben Stein's prodigy behind the mic.

The mind numbing soul destroying droning monotone delivery had me spastically shaking my fist at random items and events(I even cussed out a bird who stopped next tho the truck to watch me strangely behaving human) and on the verge of ripping parts of my own scalp off. I found myself wanting to stab a hot ice pick through the screen of my radio while cackling and asking "Can you FEEL "THAT"? Can you display emotion NOW?!" Place on top of that some of the worst accents I've ever heard someone try to imitate.

The story line is catchy, but if this monotone hack is narrating, I probs my won't be listening to any more Dane Maddock

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3 out of 5 stars
By Simon R. on 02-17-18

A pain to listen to

I expected great things but got a poor man's version of a Matthew Reilly book. There is minimal depth to the cliche'd characters, the story lines are beyond lame and there is poor continuity. The narrator has the engagement of a soggy slice of bread and may as well have been a text-to-voice programme.

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