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Summary

A lethal secret society. A priceless stolen treasure. A map worth killing for.

Relic smuggler and expert thief Guy Bodie is a tough man in a dangerous world, loyal only to his elite team of five. But when one of them betrays him, landing Guy in a hellish Mexican prison, he finds himself making a bargain with the most unlikely new ally: the CIA.

There is a catch. In return for being released from jail, Guy must work for the CIA, helping them solve the most audacious heist in history. As Guy knows, six of the Seven Wonders of the World have long been lost. But with the help of the CIA, he learns that the destroyed Statue of Zeus still exists - and it’s in the hands of a powerful secret society.

A prize worth killing for is also worth dying for, and this one has left a trail of bloodshed that goes back centuries. Can Guy and his new team - a group of renegades chosen for their unique skills - hunt down the legendary relic once and for all...before they are added to its list of victims?

Revised edition: This edition of The Relic Hunters includes editorial revisions.

©2018 David Leadbeater (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Poor choice of narrator

This is a book by an English author, the least the narrator could have done was to learn the correct pronunciation of words and places, especially as two of the settings were in England itself. I am a big fan of this author and have read all of his books. I am also a big fan of audible but their choices, when it comes to appropriate narrators, are often very poor. I will not purchase the audible version of The Atlantis Cipher and am seriously considering sending this one back.

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Great story, mediocre narrator

I enjoyed the story and the characters but it was simply too distracting when the narrative referred to a number of characters as being British but the narrator had a strong American accent when playing them. Another distracting annoyance was the mispronunciation of very easy and simple place names.

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Good story,

This was a good story, funny in parts, easy to follow and we'll narrated. Looking forward to next instalment

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Great!!!

Hadn't heard of the author but took a chance and what a pay off. Well paced, good characters, great action. Loved it.

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good listen

good book with plenty of twists and turns .good ending with plenty of things to think about

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Macho banter, not funny, and implausible story

The narrator needs to work on his pronunciation of certain words as they were giggle-worthy. The story had me asking “why?!” Many times. Much of it was an excuse for violence rather than presenting a plausible solution. If you want a good treasure hunt story read Dan Brown. Won’t be reading/listening-to any more of his books.

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Let’s have that background story again

Ok listen likes to repeat same background facts again and again, narrator pronunciation of some words quite funny

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well read. good story and enjoyable enough to line up the next story. thank you

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Enjoyable action adventure

This was good but the narrators knowledge of British pronunciation was terrible! YORK MINISTER!

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davinci code for teens

weak characters, feels like a made for TV movie starring Nicholas Cage. Lacks the quality of a Dan Brown story.