Lair of the Serpent by T. Lynn Adams

June 11, 2013 | 2 Comments

The shock of the assault caught the men off guard, and they struggled to control the American. They wrestled him to the ground, pinning him there, holding him fast, as Sang stood up from the ground.

Cursing in Khmer, Sang pointed the gun at Jonathon’s head and, without hesitating, pulled the trigger.

Jonathon can’t wait to surprise Delia for her birthday. With a little help from Delia’s brother, Severino, he plans to visit her in Cambodia where she’s working as a humanitarian volunteer.

But Jonathon arrives only to find a panicked Severino—and no Delia.

Jonathon and Severino are determined to find Delia before it’s too late—but it might not be that easy. Now, with the orphan Chey and their friend Juan, Jonathon and Severino must fight their way through human trafficking rings, a dense jungle, and a radical group bent on using Delia as a human sacrifice in order to find the Nãga Mani, a sacred and powerful stone.

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Title: Lair of the Serpent

Author: T. Lynn Adams

Publisher: Sweetwater Books/CFI

Release Date: June 11, 2013

ISBN: 978-1599559568

Size: 352 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Young Adult Suspense

Jonathon Bradford Series: Tombs of Terror (book 1), The Lost Curse (book 2)

2 responses to “Lair of the Serpent by T. Lynn Adams

  1. Dana C

    A pretty good read for adults who like YA. A thriller, lots of suspense, a little bit of speculative thrown in. A little too violent for younger teens but 17 & up would be okay.

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