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The Treasure Hunt Club

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'What is the Lost Treasure which you seek?' When Nick Hollister saw these brilliantly glowing words appear in The Book of Lost Treasures, he thought his luck had finally changed. After losing his job, his girlfriend, and being beaten up by archrival Carter Cannon in the space of mere hours, the chronically unemployed and underachieving Nick had reached a new low, even for

Paperback, 353 pages
Published April 12th 2011 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Jul 14, 2012 Madonna rated it 5 of 5 stars Recommends it for: All ages.
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I enjoyed the "Treasure Hunt Club" more than any book I have read for some time. This book is well written and the story is so believable that even though you know it is a novel; you want to take part in the story. I felt like I wanted to go with these Treasure Hunters and help them find what they were looking for. I just had to keep reading in all my spare time until I finished the story. Kept wanting to know what was going to happen next! I was pleased to see the story has a moral; but a littl...more
Judi Chesshir
"The Treasure Hunt Club" is entertaining from the beginning to the end. The author had me hooked from the start. I found myself laughing at the name of the baseball team and loved the description of the Antique Store owner. I thought the author showed great creativity in where he hid the "Lost Book of Treasures" to all the different places the book took them. Michael Clifton created such wonderful and colorful characters that are easy to follow and you can't help but grow to love. I could relate...more
I received an e-copy of this book from the author, Michael Scott Clifton, from a First Reads giveaway. Thank you!

This book has all of the classic elementary pieces of a story. Antagonist, protagonist, supporting characters, beginning, middle, end, climax, appropriate portions and best of all... a moral.

It was definitely different from what I usually read, but it was a pleasant change. The plot was fun and exciting, and often I found I couldn't put the book down. The reading was easy and fast as...more
Helen Thompson
Let me say that Mike Clifton is a friend with a great imagination and a gift for writing. As an educator, Mike has seen kids who seemed to always be the last one chosen, the first one picked on. That describes the central character in The Treasure Hunt Club. He's a grown man who is forever down on his luck until he discovers a magic book of treasures. Adventures are had and lessons are learned. I hope this is the first of many books we'll read by Mike Clifton.
can i just say wow!!! Michael Clifton is an amazing author and i really enjoyed this book. it about a man nick who is a bit down on luck and finds the a book of lost treasures many lessons are learned but will nick learn what he needs to before it is to late? This is a amazing read and i would highly recommend reading it.
A good reads winner.

It is isn't often that a book has me so compelled that I read it in a matter of hours. A little predictable story line but that was certainly part of the appeal. This novel has all the elements needed for a good movie. Can't wait to read more from Michael Scott Clifton.
Steven Burke
I was lucky enough to win this book in a goodreads give-a-way. I was excited to start reading it and was impressed with how well the characters were written. I could relate to several of the characters and how they felt. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the flow.
It was good and had me wanting to continue reading. But it was kind of like a Hallmark or Lifetime Movie. I have to say though, it has been a long time since any author has made me hate the villain as much as I hated Carter.
Beth Ausbrooks

This was a great book. It was easy to read, and caught my attention from the first page. It had a little bit of everything in it....suspense, mystery, love and even a bit of fantasy. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
When I read this book it took me to a world of adventure.It was a fast book to read.
Great book to read. Once I started it, I never wanted to put it down.
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I have been involved in public education for more than 30 years as a teacher, coach, and now, as a JH principal. I have been married to my wonderful wife for 31 years and we have two equally wonderful children. I love to read virtually all genres, fantasy, science fiction, action and adventure, and thrillers. I also like romance novels, but in the vein of Nicholas Sparks, not pulp "bodice busters"...more
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