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By James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein, Juliana Neufeld

The Kidds—treasure searching family members extraordinare—are heading to China, on a trip that may lead them past the good Wall and into the underbelly of Berlin.

Bick and Beck Kidd are desperately attempting to safe the traditional chinese language artifact that may purchase their mother's freedom from renegade pirates. but if the abductors strength them to find a good larger treasure—priceless work stolen through Nazis, the Kidds needs to depend on their very own crafty and adventure to outwit the criminals, all whereas their mom's existence is at the line.

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