The Condyne paradox

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by Julian A Anderson

The Condyne paradox

An archaeological expedition to the Black Sea discovers the remains of an ancient city that could shatter everything we think we know about human history. But the expedition’s efforts to unravel the truth are hindered by their sponsor Andre Zidane, who seems to have other reasons for funding the project. The unsolved death of one of the team a year earlier adds to their problems when the police take a renewed interest.
The Condyne Paradox draws its inspiration from the origins of science fiction where science provides a platform to launch stories of mystery and intrigue.

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Genres: Adventure, Science Fiction (Sci-Fi), Time Travel

Google Category: None

Pages: 241


ISBN(10): 9780993432

Sales Rank: 1941506

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