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America : Why is There an Eye on a Pyramid on the One Dollar Bill?

by Edward Packard

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Series: Earth Inspectors (Book 1)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0070479933, Paperback)

As an Earth Inspector charged with solving the riddle of why there is an eye on a pyramid on the back of the one dollar bill, the reader travels from New York to Hawaii and encounters federal agents seeking an extraterrestrial.

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As an Earth Inspector charged with solving the riddle of why there is an eye on a pyramid on the back of the one dollar bill, the reader travels from New York to Hawaii and encounters federal agents seeking an extraterrestrial.

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