The Secret of Excalibur - Andy McDermott Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755345509 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Andy McDermott / Paperback / 608 Pages / Book is published 2009-05-14 by Headline
Newest Review: ... so see what he has to say. Excalibur has always been a sword of legend, said to make the holder unstoppable in battle, it ... more
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The secret of Excalibur is the third book written by Andy McDermott featuring Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase. Having already found the legendary atlantis and located the tomb of Hercules, when Nina receives a cryptic message from an old friend of her parents concerning the mythical sword Excalibur, she feels compelled so see what he has to say. Excalibur has always been a sword of legend, said to make the holder unstoppable in battle, it has been lost for over a thousand years but now, it may be found and a battle will commence as to who will gain control of the sword and the powers it is said to possess. The search for the missing pieces of ... Read the complete review
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