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    Another winning Sean Wyatt thriller.

    "Advance Reader" Sean, Tommy and Adriana along with Reece a half baked Aussie take us on a non stop trip across Australia. Staying just ahead of the bad guys until they catch up with them. All in search of the prize. A great story of camaraderie and with lots of action.
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    Uluru Code

    *Advance reader * As an Aussie I was I must admit a tad apprehensive on how our culture would be portrayed in a book written by someone from another culture.... I didn't need to worry. The author captured our laid back,laconic lifestyle perfectly and the story kept me guessing to the end,as well as trying to work out clues before the main characters did. Thankyou for the great read
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    The Uluru Code

    Another great book from the author. Based in Australia concerning the Aboriginal lands the book is well written, easy to read and fast paced. Never a dull moment from beginning to end. Always surprised by Ernest Dempsey and his knowledge of what he writes about. Great read.
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    A Sean Wyatt thriller

    Fast paced and a lot of action. Ernest Dempsey has done it again with this Sean Wyatt thriller. It was hard to put down. Can't wait for the next one. I received an advance copy in exchange for an honest review and that you have no personal or business affiliation with the author.
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    Another amazing fast paced Sean Wyatt thriller.

    Ernest Dempsey creates story telling magic with his latest Sean Wyatt thriller. This time, Sean and Adriana join Tommy as he races across the globe to follow clues, to a legendary Aborigine treasure, left behind by an archeologist over a hundred years ago. Their journey begins with a bang and the pace is break neck as they strive to stay ahead of assassins; close on their heels. In Australia, they meet up with Tommy and Sean’s old friend Reece, a local tour guide, and the catalyst for this adventure. As the four follow the clues, they realize that an innocent life hangs on their finding the treasure and discovering who is financing the assassins following their trail. This latest installment in the Sean Wyatt Series was a heart pounding, crazy rush of emotions, much like the previous books. There are multiple explosions, gun fights, sniper action, thrown knives, and a poison dart. In the midst of all the tension, you’ll find Ernest’s trademark sense of humor in the banter between the characters. I do have to say that there is a moment in the book that took me by complete surprise. It was a total “I can’t believe that just happened” moment. Like Sean, I just could not accept it. I won’t say more, you’ll just have to read this book to find out how everything unfolds. This was an amazingly fun read. I’m tempted to go to Australia just to see all the beautiful places mentioned in the book. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
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