The second book of the Z-Dawg series finds Zach in attack mode as he and his friends search deep into the Lynn Woods Reservation at midnight to solve the mystery of the pirate and the lost treasure! Legend has it that Pirate Tom Veal was buried alive at Dungeon Rock during a major earthquake in the 1600’s. The pirate’s treasure was buried along with him! To this day the treasure has neverbeen found--until now! Ranger Dan has been hearing noises coming from Dungeon Cave, a dark and dangerous tunnel dug by Hiram Marble in the 1800’s. As he searched for the lost treasure, Hiram Marble held séances totalk to the dead. Zack and his friends begin to unravel the mystery, one clue at a time, when they accidently stumble upon a mysterious old wooden box in the stone foundation of the cellar at the Ranger House. The contents of that box could just place their lives in great danger.
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its descent into Logan International Airport in Boston.
He immediately fell into a deep sleep. Without warning,
the pirates stormed the deck of the pirate ship,
swords flailing in every direction. The sounds of swordon sword, clanging and scraping, made him toss and
turn fitfully in his undersized seat on the plane. He
squirmed in his sleep to get comfortable.
Bright red blood ran in rivulets over the edge of the wooden deck and collided with the salty sea, bathing the planks in a pink whitewash.
That made Zack’s stomach turn, and he felt as if he were going to puke!
Perched high on the mast, Zack looked down on the
mast for dear life. One false move, and the pirates
would look up. One false move, and he knew he would
be dead! Clinging to life, he watched the scene unfoldbelow him. And then, he made that fatal mistake, that
one false move. His hands began to sweat and he knew
couldn't hold on any longer. His arms were like rubber and so
numb that he could no longer feel them. He clung to the
mast, teetering between life and certain death below.
He did it by accident, almost a natural reflex to the gruelingpain. He let out a blood-curdling scream that rang
through the air. Instantly, the pirate with the scar that ran clear down the side of his face, from his forehead
to his neck, and covered in blood himself, looked up
directly into Zack’s stunned face. A black stained patch
covered the pirate’s left eye, but that didn’t seem to
impair his vision. Zack noticed that the pirate’s beard,
which was a dull brown with copper streaks, was drippingwith food, and had something crawling in and out
of its tangled mass. His beard seemed to move up anddown all by itself. That made Zack wince.
Worse than that, the pirate’s sword seemed to be drippingbright red blood. It was the thickest and longest
blade he had ever seen. He hoped he wouldn’t be the
pirate’s next victim. He couldn’t tell much more from the top of the mast, but it looked as if the pirate had used .....
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