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- Print Length: 258 pages
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- Publisher: Happy Pants Books; 1 edition (November 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQ4QITL
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His characters are well described, leading the reader through the plot. The plots have sub-plots, guiding the characters through the twists and turns. As I was reading this story, I felt like I was pulled along, wondering what was next in this exciting mystery/thriller.
Dan Kotler, the primary character, is well fleshed out. He spends most of his time doing whatever is necessary - crawling in caves, digging in the dirt, brushing dirt off objects, etc. - to find treasure, especially antiquities. His most recent project is the Coelho dig site where, among other treasures, they find the "Coelho Medallion", named for Dr. Eloi Coelho, a good friend of Kotler's.
Kotler becomes involved in an FBI case that is being investigated by another friend, Agent Roland Denzel. As the investigation progresses, more characters are added - some good and some very bad. Some are very misleading in their intentions.
For a time, Dan and Roland are taken hostage. There are shoot-outs. Will Dan and Roland survive? Will they find the treasure? Please read this exciting book for the outcome. I think you will thoroughly enjoy it.
The excitement of finding a lost city, but discovering someone else had been there before doesn't diminish the plot at all; in fact, it enhances the plot. It reads easily and you feel. Kinship with the characters. Friendship, loyalty and trust abound in many ways in this book.
Highly recommended thriller
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