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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Maya Codex Trilogy
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:266
  • eBook ISBN:9781623090142

Treasure in the Jungle Mist

by Bill J. Harrison

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Overview
Beneath the misty canopy of the Mexican jungles, are the decaying ruins of a once-noble civilization called the Maya. During their glory days, the Mayans built great cities, adorning them with gleaming gold, turquoise, silver and dazzling precious gems. The ancient Mayans are long dead, their cities buried beneath rotting jungle debris – but their priceless treasures remain.
Description
Beneath the misty canopy of the Mexican jungles, are the decaying ruins of a once-noble civilization called the Maya. During their glory days, the Mayans built great cities, adorning them with gleaming gold, turquoise, silver and dazzling precious gems. The ancient Mayans are long dead, their cities buried beneath rotting jungle debris – but their priceless treasures remain. Jim Myers, a scientist and adventurer, explores the Mexican jungles for long forgotten ruins. When he’s not ankle-deep in mud, running from a swarm of angry bees, or outsmarting grave robbers, he can be found at a local cantina, a cold beer in one hand, and a huge stack of tortillas in the other. Jim’s accompanied on his dangerous expeditions by alluring Brenna Davis, renowned photographer; Dr. Wayne Barnes a distinguished expert on the Mayan culture; and Gable Stowe, a transplanted Australian with bulging muscles and an equally large heart. In Treasure in the Jungle Mist, the expedition team is searching for the lost city of Chalock. It’s an exciting story filled with romance, greed, treachery and ruthless grave robbers.
About the author
Bill J. Harrison is an award-winning author of numerous professional articles and books. He teaches four creative writing workshops and has been a featured speaker at several national writing conferences.
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