The Hidden Chamber in the Great Sphinx by Linda A. Cadose

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Published: June 28, 2012

The Hidden Chamber in the Great Sphinx is the first in a series featuring the adventures of American archeologist, Dr. Cliff Post.

American archeologist Dr. Cliff Post and his friend Egyptian archeologist Dr. Abdul Saad discover a hidden chamber in the right paw of the Great Sphinx. Inside they find an ancient supercomputer composed of 13 crystal skulls which was left there thousands of years ago by ancient aliens. The chamber also contains ancient scrolls, which describe advanced technologies. A terrorist group seeks to obtain possession of this supercomputer. Dr. Cliff Post is kidnapped by the terrorist group, which goes by the name of the Islamic Nation. They force him to use the supercomputer to cripple the world economy. Will Dr. Post retrieve the supercomputer?

Be sure to read the second in the series, The Underwater Pyramid in the Bermuda Triangle.

Linda A. Cadose

About Linda Cadose: I have been to Egypt and have visited all of the historical sites I discuss in my book. I hold a Master’s degree in technical and professional writing from Northeastern University. My career as a Registered Respiratory Therapist and teacher has prevented me from seeking a writing career in the past. I have always had an interest in writing and I am particularly interested in writing for the juvenile market. I live in Carver, MA. And I grew up in Plymouth, MA.

For more information, visit: http://www.lindacadose.authorsxpress.com

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