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While digging through the ruins of a long dead civilization on the planet Mawcett, a team of Terran and Nordakian archeologists find an underground tunnel leading to a door in such extraordinary condition that it could have been fabricated as recently as that morning. They labor throughout the day, using every modern device available to them, but are unable to gain entry. Then, in the early hours of the new day, seemingly in response to the screams of a frustrated, over-tired scientist, the door slides noiselessly open.

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The Clones of Mawcett (A Galaxy Unknown, Book 3)
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4.3 / 5
Galaxy Unknown
November 9th, 2014
The Galaxy Unknown series continues in this 3 book and you can tell by the three Jenetta Carvers that it's going to be 3 exciting.
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1 review
Awesome series
October 28th, 2014
Pure classic space opera. This entire series is wonderful classic adventure & a sheer delight. Marvellous stuff.
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1 review
Good read
September 8th, 2014
Good read. His writing is much improved. Storyline is good and heroines are not wussies.
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1 review
September 6th, 2014
Another good story, the development of the main characters continues well will start the next book soon
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Clones of mawcett
September 5th, 2014
Excellent, second time read! Great series! Loved it!
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1 review
August 16th, 2014
The first three books are so good I will be purchasing the fourth as soon as I finish this review.
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1 review
September 13th, 2013
The author needs to get beyond his fetish for corsets and tight restrictive clothing. The heroines character as a decisive officer is contradictory to her passive personal life and this is really starting to seriously detract from the story. I gave up and did not finish the book.
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1 review
A poor copy of a great series
August 5th, 2013
This is a thinly veiled copy of David Weber's Honor Harrington series. The copying is obvious, the writing mediocre. It has none of the character development or political insight making it a tedious read at best.
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1 review
June 11th, 2013
Very good read
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