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Indiana Jones and the Dance of the Giants is the second novel in the Indiana Jones series published by Bantam Books. It was written by Rob MacGregor, and released in 1991.

Publisher's summary[]

In 1981 a new hero like no other burst upon the scene. Over the next ten years and three films we grew to know and love the legend that is Indiana Jones: bold adventurer, swashbuckling explorer, he lives forever in our imaginations, unraveling the mysteries of the past in a time when the world was at war and dreams could still come true. Now, in an all-new series of novels officially licensed from Lucasfilm, we will learn what shaped Indiana Jones into the hero he is today!


Young Indiana Jones has landed his first teaching post, in the archaeology department at London University. His brightest—and prettiest—student is a twenty-year-old Scottish girl, Deirdre Campbell, who claims she's uncovered a golden scroll, proof of the true existence of Merlin, sorcerer of myth and legend. Indy's intrigued by the thesis...and by Deirdre. So, too, is Parliament member Adrian Powell. He's seeking to resurrect the ancient order of the Druids, whose secrets of power could pave his way to world conquest. But first he needs the scroll...and he's willing to kill to get it.

Where there's magic, mystery, and murder, Indiana Jones goes to the head of the class. Dropping his books and picking up his bullwhip, Indy joins Deirdre on an action-packed chase across Britain, from the peril-filled caves of Scotland to the savage dance of the giants at Stonehenge—where Merlin's secret will finally be revealed. But not before Indy gets a lesson in love from Deirdre—and a lesson in hate from a maniac who means to rule mankind.



  • Apollo (Mentioned only)
  • King Arthur (Mentioned only)
  • Augustus (Mentioned only)
  • Dorian Belecamus (Mentioned only)
  • Anne Boleyn (Waxwork)
  • Marcus Brody (Mentioned only)
  • Phillip Byrne
  • Caesar (Mentioned only)
  • Deirdre Campbell
  • Joanna Campbell
  • Carl
  • Charles (Mentioned only)
  • Charles I (Mentioned only)
  • Churchill
  • Winston Churchill (Mentioned only)
  • Constantine (Mentioned only)
  • Thomas Cromwell (Mentioned only)
  • David II (Mentioned only)
  • Edward V (Mentioned only)
  • Eldol (Mentioned only)
  • Elizabeth I (Mentioned only)
  • Flinders Petrie (Mentioned only)
  • Geoffrey of Monmouth (Mentioned only)
  • Guinevere (Mentioned only)
  • Hecataeus (Mentioned only)
  • Hecate (Mentioned only)
  • Hengist (Mentioned only)
  • Henry III (Mentioned only)
  • Henry VI (Mentioned only)
  • Henry VIII (Waxwork)
  • Catherine Howard (Waxwork)
  • James I (Mentioned only)
  • John the Good (Mentioned only)
  • Samuel Johnson (Mentioned only)
  • Anna Mary Jones (Mentioned only)
  • Henry Walton Jones, Senior (Mentioned only)
  • Indiana Jones
  • Inigo Jones (Mentioned only)
  • Freddie Keppard (Mentioned only)
  • Morgan le Fay (Mentioned only)
  • Leto (Mentioned only)
  • Lily
  • Louise (Flashback)
  • Magrat (Waxwork)
  • Marlis
  • James Thomas Mathers (Mentioned only)
  • Merlin
  • Meton (Mentioned only)
  • Leeland Milford
  • Muttonchops
  • Narrow Eyes
  • Adrian Powell
  • Randolph
  • Richard
  • Robespierre (Waxwork)
  • Diodorus Seculus (Mentioned only)
  • Jack Shannon
  • John Smith (Mentioned only)
  • Edmund Spenser (Mentioned only)
  • Stottlemire (Mentioned only)
  • Madame Tussaud (Mentioned only)
  • William the Conqueror (Mentioned only)
  • Williams / Ears




  • Great War (Mentioned only)
  • Battle of Hastings (Mentioned only)


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