"Addison Cooke is Indiana Jones and James Bond rolled into one
for the middle-grades set."--Booklist
Addison Cooke's second laugh-out-loud adventure--a journey through Asia in pursuit of the legendary tomb of Genghis Khan!
Jonathan W. Stokes (www.jonathanwstokes.com)is a former teacher who is now a Hollywood screenwriter. He has written screenplays on assignment for Warner Brothers, Universal, Fox, Paramount, New Line, and Sony/Columbia. Inspired by a childhood love ofThe GooniesandFerris Bueller's Day Off,Jonathan set out to write his first novel,Addison Cooke and the Treasure of the Incas. Born in Manhattan, he currently resides in Los Angeles, where he can be found showing off his incredible taste in dishware and impressive 96% accuracy with high fives. Follow Jonathan on Twitter @jonathanwstokes.
Praise for Addison Cooke and the Tomb of the Khan "Addison Cooke is Indiana Jones and James Bond rolled intoone for the middle-grades set. Stokes' witty second adventure only improves upon the first, giving greattheatrical drama to this rollicking ride."--Booklist "Humorous and thrilling...a clever and well-done fast-paced adventure for intrepid readers." --Huffpost Praise for Addison Cooke and the Treasure of the Incas "Combines the derring-do of Indiana Jones with a genuine archaeological mystery. Stokes brings a cinematic scope to the story. This lively debut promises more seat-of-the-pants thrillsfor readers who love adventure."--Booklist "Cinematic pacing and action drive the story, but it's Addison and his friends who will keep readers engaged. Humor is never in short supply . . . and Addison's endless optimism and irrepressible confidence in his own abilities are endearing."--School Library Journal "Addison is often one step ahead of the adults, but his lead is constantly threatened, building steady tension throughout the novel, screenwriter Stokes's debut."--Publishers Weekly "What to give the kid who's read all the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson books? Try Addison Cooke...this fast-paced adventure will enthrall middle-grade readers and leave them wanting more."--Parents