It is 1539. In a remote Spanish outpost, one man holds the secret to the greatest treasure and deadliest secret in human history.
Utah, present day: Cave paintings in a newly-discovered Indian site provide evidence that Christ visited the New World. Or do they?
Dane Maddock returns in another unforgettable adventure! When Dane rescues beautiful archaeologist Jade Ihara, he joins her on asearch for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola. Cibola takes the reader on a journey across the American southwest, where the ruins of the mysterious Anasazi hide deadly secrets, and foes lurk around every corner. Dane and his partner, "Bones" Bonebrake, must decipher clues from the fabled Copper Scroll, outwit their enemies, and be the first to unlock the secret of Cibola.
Take another thrill ride with Dane Maddock.
©2011 David Wood (P)2011 David Wood
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"A great adventure"
This is such a great adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat from the get go until the end. Fans of Clive Cussler will really enjoy this story. Kafer does a fantastic job of keeping the listener entranced.
I enjoyed this book. Spoiler Alert. This book is not Biblically accurate, but it is exciting as well as entertaining fiction!
"Another Excellent Dane & Bones Adventure"
I have not read the print edition, but this audio edition was outstanding.
I always enjoy the artifacts that they search for in this series. The historical ties are always well-documented, and it makes it fun to follow. I also like the places they visit, and really enjoyed the Anasazi connection.
Bones is always my favorite character, and I think Jeffrey Kafer does an excellent job of bringing his personality out.
I know that I am late to the party in discovering this series, but now that I have, I can't get enough. This story takes Dane and Bones across the American southwest, visiting landmarks such as the ruins of the Anasazi. Of course they have two beautiful women working with them, one of them being Jade Ihara.
I listened to the audiobook version of this story and I have to admit that there were some laugh out loud moments for me with the comments made by Bones. Jeffrey Kafer did a wonderful job with the narration, and I am heading to Audible to see which story I want to listen to next.
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