The Underwater Pyramid in the Bermuda Triangle by Linda A. Cadose

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This book is based on a real archaeological discovery. In the summer of 2000, oceanographer Paulina Zelitsky discovered a sunken city on the Cuban shelf, which is off the coast of Cuba. She discovered that there were three pyramids, many buildings, and roads in her sunken city. This book is a fictional account of the exploration of that city.
 

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Published November 14, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 116 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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M. Richards aka Naila Moon 23 Jun 2013

This story picks up with the main character of Dr. Cliff Post, the archaeologist, who along with his adopted son, Matt and marine archaeologist, Kyle Wilson, has just discovered an under water pyra...

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