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Crown of Serpents (The Tununda Mysteries Book 1) (English Edition) Kindle版
With the discovery of a campaign journal from an American Revolutionary War officer who fought against the Iroquois Indians, the U.S. Army calls in their top field historian to assess its contents. Jake Tununda, combat vet, Freemason, and half-Seneca Indian is stunned when he gleans from the journal's cryptic Masonic passages clues to the location of an ancient shaman's crown once protected by the White Deer Society, a secret cult of his forefathers.
Jake soon realizes why his ancestors' history was best kept buried. And why peaceful, rural central New York's Finger Lakes region can be deadlier than any battlefield he had ever faced.
CROWN OF SERPENTS, a mystery thriller set in the former heartland of the Iroquois Empire, takes Jake on a fast-paced hunt to find the elusive crown and protect it. He teams up with Rae Hart, an alluring state police investigator, as they snake their way across a politically turbulent landscape marked with murder, arson, lies, and deceit. Deciphering codes, digging up war loot, and fending off the henchmen of billionaire Alex Nero, a ruthless Indian casino magnate, Jake and Rae's survival skills are put to the test. The clues to the crown ultimately lead them deep within sacred Indian caves hidden under the abandoned Seneca Army Depot where the magnitude of the crown's power is revealed.
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An amazing mixture of fact and fiction that tears through the Indian heritage of New York State. Fast paced, brilliant work of art.-Rusty--このテキストは、paperback版に関連付けられています。
- ASIN : B004AYCT2Y
- 出版社 : Karpovage Creative, Inc.; 第4版 (2009/4/8)
- 発売日 : 2009/4/8
- 言語 : 英語
- ファイルサイズ : 3550 KB
- Text-to-Speech（テキスト読み上げ機能） : 有効
- X-Ray : 有効
- Word Wise : 有効
- 本の長さ : 398ページ
(almost literally!) across an old Indian burial site and meets up with Rae Hart, a police investigator.
This leads him into trying to discover more about the legends surrounding his tribe's history. He and
his Department also want to buy some historical artifacts that belonged to Boyd (a real person) when he
fought in the American war against England. Jake tangles with another Indian - rich, ruthless and sadistic
Alex Nero and his gang of thugs. Nero is hell bent on getting his hands not only on Boyd's possessions,
but on a special crown which contains satanic powers. Jake must try and get it first to keep it safe.
There was a lot of action, but there was also a lot of repetition about Boyd, his superior officers, the enemy
and the gruesome torture Boyd suffered at the hands of some Indians - despite him asking for mercy from a
fellow Freemason. There were several references to Freemasonry. Boyd left cryptic clues to buried treasure
and a cave where the crown might (or might not!) be hidden; clues which Jake and Nero race to interpret before the
other gets there.
I am sure the author did his research on the time of the war and the real-life characters involved. As in all wars
atrocities were committed by both sides. I give this book 3.5 stars.