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Emerald Death
     

Emerald Death

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by Bill Craig
 
For Mike Hannigan, fleeing New York City ahead of a bullet seemed like a good deal. But when he reached Africa, he finds a whole new world of adventure waiting. Shortly after he arrives his interest is piqued when he hears about a treasure hidden deep in a lost city within the jungles of The Congo. Allying himself with Gregor Shotsky, an old friend, and Bridget O'

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For Mike Hannigan, fleeing New York City ahead of a bullet seemed like a good deal. But when he reached Africa, he finds a whole new world of adventure waiting. Shortly after he arrives his interest is piqued when he hears about a treasure hidden deep in a lost city within the jungles of The Congo. Allying himself with Gregor Shotsky, an old friend, and Bridget O' Malley, a beautiful missionary and bush pilot, Hannigan finds himself on a quest for The Emerald of Eternity. A legendary gemstone said to contain the secret of immortality itself! Racing against a Nazi military search party, Hannigan must find and recover the mysterious gemstone or let it fall into the hands of the deadliest scourge to walk the earth, Dr. Ragnarok, a minion of Adolph Hitler. And if Hitler were to hold the mystic gemstone, the fate of the world would hang in the balance between life and an Emerald Death!

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ISBN-13:
9780980219739
Publisher:
Arctic Wolf Publishing
Publication date:
01/20/2008
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

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Emerald Death 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Ray-B More than 1 year ago
This was a wonderful throwback to the days of pulp fiction. Hardluck Hannigan is a great character reminiscent of the classic pulp heroes: brave and chivalrous, yet with a dark past. The action was nonstop and the plot intriguing. My only complaint was the immortal Dr. Ragnorok, who was a tad overthe top as a villain. Also, the ending was a bit abrupt, though that only makes me want to read the sequel!