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Get in. Step on the gas. And hold on tight. *** Get three of Ernest Dempsey's best selling novels in one box set *** Nearly seven thousand years ago, a priceless piece of history vanished in the Caucasus Mountains near Armenia. Now, you can get three best selling mystery and suspense adventure thrillers in one and save.THE SECRET OF THE STONES- The first book in the Get in. Step on the gas. And hold on tight. *** Get three of Ernest Dempsey's best selling novels in one box set *** Nearly seven thousand years ago, a priceless piece of history vanished in the Caucasus Mountains near Armenia. Now, you can get three best selling mystery and suspense adventure thrillers in one and save.THE SECRET OF THE STONES- The first book in the Sean Wyatt series takes you through the southeastern United States on a search for an ancient Native American treasure that has been hidden for over four thousand years. Sean has to call upon his skills as a former government agent when things turn sour and he ends up in a high-octane, perilous race against an evil mastermind with dangerous intentions. THE CLERIC'S VAULT- Sean and Tommy are back at it again in the sequel to THE SECRET OF THE STONES. This time, the mysterious clues to the lost chambers of gold lead them to South America in search of a dead priest's collection of odd artifacts. More danger lurks in the mountains of Ecuador, however, and things heat up when the boys are joined by a mysterious Spanish woman with a hidden past. THE LAST CHAMBER- The thrilling conclusion of the trilogy takes Sean Wyatt and his friends across the globe to the foot of an ancient mountain where they investigate a monastery with a sordid past. Follow the clues, the chase, and the fight as Sean and company try to race to the finish and uncover a mystery that will rewrite the history books, or if they lose, change the face of the planet forever. ˃˃˃ If Indiana Jones and Jason Bourne had a kid together, his name would be Sean Wyatt. The Lost Chambers is Ernest Dempsey's trilogy in the genre of thrillers and mysteries, and has won fans over worldwide. This story takes the characters across the the globe on a wild adventure that could spell the end of civilization as we know it. Travel with Sean Wyatt as he pieces together a sequence of ancient riddles in this suspense packed thriller. ˃˃˃ Action so hot you might need to stand in a walk-in cooler when you're done reading. If you love fast, up-tempo stories that don't get bogged down in a lot of bull, this series of thrillers is for you. With crime, murder, suspense, mystery, and white hot action, you're sure to keep turning the pages until you realize the story just ended. But beware, this book is not for the faint of heart. In the world of high stakes adventure, things can get pretty violent. Consider yourself warned.


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Get in. Step on the gas. And hold on tight. *** Get three of Ernest Dempsey's best selling novels in one box set *** Nearly seven thousand years ago, a priceless piece of history vanished in the Caucasus Mountains near Armenia. Now, you can get three best selling mystery and suspense adventure thrillers in one and save.THE SECRET OF THE STONES- The first book in the Get in. Step on the gas. And hold on tight. *** Get three of Ernest Dempsey's best selling novels in one box set *** Nearly seven thousand years ago, a priceless piece of history vanished in the Caucasus Mountains near Armenia. Now, you can get three best selling mystery and suspense adventure thrillers in one and save.THE SECRET OF THE STONES- The first book in the Sean Wyatt series takes you through the southeastern United States on a search for an ancient Native American treasure that has been hidden for over four thousand years. Sean has to call upon his skills as a former government agent when things turn sour and he ends up in a high-octane, perilous race against an evil mastermind with dangerous intentions. THE CLERIC'S VAULT- Sean and Tommy are back at it again in the sequel to THE SECRET OF THE STONES. This time, the mysterious clues to the lost chambers of gold lead them to South America in search of a dead priest's collection of odd artifacts. More danger lurks in the mountains of Ecuador, however, and things heat up when the boys are joined by a mysterious Spanish woman with a hidden past. THE LAST CHAMBER- The thrilling conclusion of the trilogy takes Sean Wyatt and his friends across the globe to the foot of an ancient mountain where they investigate a monastery with a sordid past. Follow the clues, the chase, and the fight as Sean and company try to race to the finish and uncover a mystery that will rewrite the history books, or if they lose, change the face of the planet forever. ˃˃˃ If Indiana Jones and Jason Bourne had a kid together, his name would be Sean Wyatt. The Lost Chambers is Ernest Dempsey's trilogy in the genre of thrillers and mysteries, and has won fans over worldwide. This story takes the characters across the the globe on a wild adventure that could spell the end of civilization as we know it. Travel with Sean Wyatt as he pieces together a sequence of ancient riddles in this suspense packed thriller. ˃˃˃ Action so hot you might need to stand in a walk-in cooler when you're done reading. If you love fast, up-tempo stories that don't get bogged down in a lot of bull, this series of thrillers is for you. With crime, murder, suspense, mystery, and white hot action, you're sure to keep turning the pages until you realize the story just ended. But beware, this book is not for the faint of heart. In the world of high stakes adventure, things can get pretty violent. Consider yourself warned.

30 review for The Lost Chambers Box Set: Three Adventure Thrillers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mike Welch

    The Lost Chambers box set I found the books to be the type of adventure action stories that I am fond of. The search for lost treasure, the evil billionaire and friends that stand by you. To travel the world and decipher the ancient writing to find the chambers keeps the reader staying up late and planted at their favorite reading spot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gregg

    Loved it My favorite yet from the author. I Loved the way he developed the story and the characters. I also like the way he used history to work with his story. I don't want to say more about that because I don't want to spoil the read for anyone. Loved it My favorite yet from the author. I Loved the way he developed the story and the characters. I also like the way he used history to work with his story. I don't want to say more about that because I don't want to spoil the read for anyone.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Good..lots of history (biblical)... Good story....loved the biblical history..but kindle version I read..lots of typos..had to reread correct in my head than a few times so that was a little annoying.....but I will check out other titles by the author.

  4. 5 out of 5

    K Persin

    Very good suspense. The action just keeps going throughout the book. Leaves you wanting to read the next book in the series. Good character build. Highly recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    THE SECRET OF THE STONES Four thousand year old secrets, hidden in Georgia. A concealed chamber of gold. The history behind this was well woven into the story. Which led to Tommy who had been searching for clues to be kidnapped. A professor who started finding answer was killed. With ?Sean is a reporter, that added the feline touch. With the time to get Tommy back, finding the place, and who are the good guys versus the bad, leads us into the next story. Well written THE CLERIC’S VAULT. After the THE SECRET OF THE STONES Four thousand year old secrets, hidden in Georgia. A concealed chamber of gold. The history behind this was well woven into the story. Which led to Tommy who had been searching for clues to be kidnapped. A professor who started finding answer was killed. With ?Sean is a reporter, that added the feline touch. With the time to get Tommy back, finding the place, and who are the good guys versus the bad, leads us into the next story. Well written THE CLERIC’S VAULT. After the first book Sean and Em want time to relax, in Las Vegas. Gun shots come out of no where, the path they took to get out of the hotel, looked like an ambush with them in the dead center,. Some one came to their rescue, didn’t last long when more guns were shooting at them.The action and adventure takes them down to Ecuador. The bodies are many all for the clues that are on the stones. A thrilling ride as we go along THE LAST CHAMBER Tommy, Sean and Adrienne going into the Egyptian museum. A blast happens, someone is determined to kill them first, Air lifting Tommy out for medical help, Sean checks his pockets, where was the stone. All this to find The Last.Chamber, the Tree of Life and the power that was within it. They find the professor, needing him for the last interpretation. The action continues, in the train to the location, a ghost appears, he was suppose to be dead. A good three part series, that will keep readers to the Last .Chamber.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I enjoyed this archeological thriller. The story is based on finding four chambers with the reward at the end being the Tree of Life. Of course, the bad guys don’t win and the Tree of Life is not what they expected. My only problem was Book 2. The story closely followed the TV show “Expedition Unknown” by Josh Gates which I just saw last week. The story was about a priest and archeological treasures and a cave in Peru. So I wondered if the author used the old myth for his story. But I enjoyed th I enjoyed this archeological thriller. The story is based on finding four chambers with the reward at the end being the Tree of Life. Of course, the bad guys don’t win and the Tree of Life is not what they expected. My only problem was Book 2. The story closely followed the TV show “Expedition Unknown” by Josh Gates which I just saw last week. The story was about a priest and archeological treasures and a cave in Peru. So I wondered if the author used the old myth for his story. But I enjoyed the books and will continue reading the series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Greg Destro

    *** This is actually a review for the novella titled "The Last Canvas" *** This is a decent short novella that appears to serve as an introduction to the character of Adriana Villa, and a lead-up to The Lost Chambers trilogy box set. While I feel that this should be read prior to reading the trilogy, it is unfortunately placed after the trilogy in the e-book sold on Amazon as books 1-3 of the Sean Wyatt series. 3.5 stars. *** This is actually a review for the novella titled "The Last Canvas" *** This is a decent short novella that appears to serve as an introduction to the character of Adriana Villa, and a lead-up to The Lost Chambers trilogy box set. While I feel that this should be read prior to reading the trilogy, it is unfortunately placed after the trilogy in the e-book sold on Amazon as books 1-3 of the Sean Wyatt series. 3.5 stars.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cherie

    A thoroughly enjoyable series. I love the action interspersed with the intellectual activity of figuring out the clues and the history, both factual and fictional that is mixed in with the rest. The character development is really good. The villains are evil and the good guys are terrific, but human. I'm looking forward to the next installment. For a new writer, these are very impressive! A thoroughly enjoyable series. I love the action interspersed with the intellectual activity of figuring out the clues and the history, both factual and fictional that is mixed in with the rest. The character development is really good. The villains are evil and the good guys are terrific, but human. I'm looking forward to the next installment. For a new writer, these are very impressive!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michaela Twigg

    Wow. What a roller coaster of a series. An fab. This trilogy is a real eye opener. For a first go at writing Ernest shows he is up with the greats. It was a great mix of fable, truth and biblical twists. I can well see where he got his ideas from, and he wrote it so well. All the twists and turns of espionage mixed with daring do of treasure hunting. Couldn't out it down. Highly recommend to any lovers of action packed, mystery books etc. 😊 Wow. What a roller coaster of a series. An fab. This trilogy is a real eye opener. For a first go at writing Ernest shows he is up with the greats. It was a great mix of fable, truth and biblical twists. I can well see where he got his ideas from, and he wrote it so well. All the twists and turns of espionage mixed with daring do of treasure hunting. Couldn't out it down. Highly recommend to any lovers of action packed, mystery books etc. 😊

  10. 4 out of 5

    Annette Graham

    Great start of new author and his writings!! Everything you could want in suspence, locations, excellent cast of people through all the stories so far! Thank you and whatever team you have.. Except the editing group. I read reviews of ones peeved by badly done places and words etc. And I feel the same way..it breaks the harmony of thought and sours the mind! Irritating ! Annette Graham

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hersheyclark

    Sean Wyatt Beginnings I had read a couple of the Sean Wyatt and enjoyed them so I thought I would go back and start reading the series from the first book. So I read the first three books which were all connected with the same search for the Tree of Life. I liked the puzzles that Sean had to figure out and the story line was intriguing. I liked the mixture of fact and fiction. I can't wait to see what Sean will get involved in next. Sean Wyatt Beginnings I had read a couple of the Sean Wyatt and enjoyed them so I thought I would go back and start reading the series from the first book. So I read the first three books which were all connected with the same search for the Tree of Life. I liked the puzzles that Sean had to figure out and the story line was intriguing. I liked the mixture of fact and fiction. I can't wait to see what Sean will get involved in next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joma

    High adventure Waits for all who read these fast paced books. A little knowledge, mystery and some romance fill these exciting pages. Who wouldn’t want to taste the fruit from the tree of life...or knowledge? From across the United States to Turkey, making discoveries and new friends. Answering questions, solving puzzles, staying one step ahead of the bad guys. What is Gods plan for mankind... enjoy.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Pat Frye

    Each book is more exciting I’ve never read anything by Mr. Dempsey and I was caught up in this series very quickly, going straight to the next book with hesitation. I was intrigued with the first one and became more intrigued with the second. There was surprise and danger at every corner and more than once caught myself digging nails in my hand as Sean held on to each little indentation. I’m on to book 4.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Duffy

    I have yet to find a Sean Wyatt story I don't like; and these four don't disappoint. If you pay attention, you will see that all four are connected (obviously). As a history-nerd, I like all the historical facts that are intertwined within the plots, and also the theories that go behind the mysteries. I have yet to find a Sean Wyatt story I don't like; and these four don't disappoint. If you pay attention, you will see that all four are connected (obviously). As a history-nerd, I like all the historical facts that are intertwined within the plots, and also the theories that go behind the mysteries.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Uncle Dave Avis

    The first part of the first book is full of wild, unprovable, unbelievable theories stated as truisms. I was appalled by this and thought I would be wasting my time reading three books of this nonsense. I abandoned this book and this series. Unless you are terribly naive and gullible, I suggest not wasting your time on this series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gary and Sandra Sims

    Not to bad I found the first book a little slow, by the second book the writing pace picked up and by the third book the author seemed to find his style. Outside of the out there plot it tempted my interest. I did find some of the historical facts interesting and plan to follow up researching them. I look forward to reading more of the series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    KATHLEEN CORTE

    Thriller I am hooked on your books ice was starting to read another series and I found yours and since then that's all I've been reading and I will continue to reading until I have finished all of them they are fantastic I love archaeology history the Bible the passage of time these are fantastic please continue to write more and more and more. Thriller I am hooked on your books ice was starting to read another series and I found yours and since then that's all I've been reading and I will continue to reading until I have finished all of them they are fantastic I love archaeology history the Bible the passage of time these are fantastic please continue to write more and more and more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sue Purl

    Sean Wyatt Adventures These are the best serial read I have had recently. The characters are well Dr slopes multidimensional and fully believable. Even the villains are multidimensional I would gladly look for more books fr ok method author and hope that he continues the characters

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gwennie Daley

    Great Read Don’t know what to say other than that this was an excellent read. There were a few grammatical errors but nothing would stop me from reading this story. I really wished this story would become a movie as I would surely buy it. Can’t remember the last time I read a book that actually kept my attention as this did.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jack Rilkoff

    This set was a pretty good read. There were quite a few spelling and editing mistakes that sometimes had me stopping and rereading to try to figure out what was trying to be said. This was a bit irritating. The story was pretty good and I would have given low 5 stars if it wasn't for the proofreading errors. This set was a pretty good read. There were quite a few spelling and editing mistakes that sometimes had me stopping and rereading to try to figure out what was trying to be said. This was a bit irritating. The story was pretty good and I would have given low 5 stars if it wasn't for the proofreading errors.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Scott

    Wow This was an exciting and informative series of tales One has to keep treading,sometimes breathlessly, to find out what's happening to the hero's and villians . I thoroughly enjoyed the journey Wow This was an exciting and informative series of tales One has to keep treading,sometimes breathlessly, to find out what's happening to the hero's and villians . I thoroughly enjoyed the journey

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Claire

    Great read I loved the 3 book selection of Sean Wyatt lost Chamber Series. The interaction between the characters is fascinating although the French and English Professors did seem a little stereotyped. These books are a gripping read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Richard H. Enderle

    Great Partnership I enjoyed the partnership between Sean and Tommy. The storyline was nicely balanced not too technical with some added humor by author. I was glad to see the ladies playing a critical part in the stories. I look forward to reading more of this author's books. Great Partnership I enjoyed the partnership between Sean and Tommy. The storyline was nicely balanced not too technical with some added humor by author. I was glad to see the ladies playing a critical part in the stories. I look forward to reading more of this author's books.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ronald E

    Intriguing blend of religion and action. Each book in the three part series contained a good balance of religious teachings and action. Characters developed nicely while some characters disappeared lending a fresher story line.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Scott Clarke

    Caught me off guard Rolling through the first three books in this series was a welcome relief. I thought I’d never find another great writer I would gel with. Thanks heavens. Opening book 4 now

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cliff

    Introduction to Sean Wyatt. Begins to build the character.

  27. 4 out of 5

    David Hauntz

    Kind of monotonous, entirely too predictable.

  28. 5 out of 5

    melinda bostic

    Keeps you on your toes I have enjoyed all three books. Look forward to reading more from this author. The books carry you through each episode and keeps you wanting more.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Gordon

    A must read So suspenseful. Keeps you going and wondering until the very end. Highly recommend reading this book. A must read. Another great book by Ernest Dempsey.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Willcoxbrackeen

    Page turning adventure If you are a fan of Cussler, these stories are for you. The first three Sean Wyatt adventures are well worth your time.

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