Posts Tagged ‘treasure hunt’

Hatch recovered a vast fortune from the deep laden with arcane artifacts and his enemies seize the treasure, kidnap Michael’s wife and flee to a mountaintop temple in Brazil

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

 

Treasure
by Thomas Holladay
Genre: Adventure Thriller
Maj. Michael Crooke, USMC-R, takes leave from combat and heads to the white sand beaches of a remote Caribbean island. While exploring, Michael uncovers an ancient map and joins Jacob Hatch, a veteran salvage captain hiding from his past on a treacherous treasure hunt.
After recovering a vast fortune from the deep laden with arcane artifacts, Hatch’s enemies seize the treasure, kidnap Michael’s wife and flee to a mountaintop temple in Brazil, believing they have killed both Hatch and Michael.
Michael must now find a way to turn Hatch’s lust for revenge into a rescue mission. But head-hunters, poison darts, deadly snakes and demonic monsters all stand in their way.
From the depths of the ocean to the savage jungles of the Amazon Treasure is a non-stop terrifying thrill ride.
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Thomas Holladay studied creative writing at the prestigious American Film Institute and has completed more than a dozen feature length screenplays. His original ideas and movie moments have appeared in feature films and on television. He has now completed four novels and is working on a fifth. Treasure: Temple of the Crystal Skull is his published work. He is proud to be among some very fine authors at Severed Press.
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The Questory of Root Karbunkulus by Kamilla Re (readersfavorites.com)

Monday, April 11th, 2011

This is the most charming tale I have read in a while. A master author writes it beautifully. The story moves flawlessly from beginning to end.

Two old sisters, both uneducated and lazy, live together in a place far away from others. The sisters like it that way; no one meddles in their affairs. One day when they are coming back from the market, where they sell all their vegetables, which they steal from others, they have the scare of their life. (more…)