Map of Thieves

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After discovering a lost Civil War hat from a famous Union general who was shot in the back during the Battle of Atlanta, Freemason military historian Lieutenant Colonel Jake Tununda is shocked to learn a secret waybill may be hidden inside the hat's liner.

Before he can inspect it, the hat and two priceless Nazi artifacts disappear from the West Point Museum in a brazen daytime theft. Jake and his stunning girlfriend, private investigator Rae Hart, head to Savannah to question ...

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After discovering a lost Civil War hat from a famous Union general who was shot in the back during the Battle of Atlanta, Freemason military historian Lieutenant Colonel Jake Tununda is shocked to learn a secret waybill may be hidden inside the hat's liner.

Before he can inspect it, the hat and two priceless Nazi artifacts disappear from the West Point Museum in a brazen daytime theft. Jake and his stunning girlfriend, private investigator Rae Hart, head to Savannah to question their main suspect, an aging World War II vet. They soon find themselves targeted for assassination. Even worse, Jake is suspended from the case and the Army itself.

In Map of Thieves, a mystery thriller set in the deep South, Jake and Rae team up with Delta Force operative Alex Vann to catch a killer thief and to locate the legendary Cherokee Tunnel-a gold vault in the Georgia mountains that dates back to 1838 and the Trail of Tears. Enter U.S. Congressman Tom Black of Atlanta, one of the dirtiest, most corrupt politicians ever to steal an election. He's also the great grandson of the sniper whose shot killed the Union general. Once privy to what's inside the secret Indian tunnel-Hernando de Soto's stolen Spanish mining map-Black will let nothing stand in his way to steal it for himself. Including killing his own elderly father.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780985653217
  • Publisher: Karpovage Creative Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/1/2014
  • Pages: 442
  • Sales rank: 831,350
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted January 28, 2014

    Michael Karpovage's new book, Map of Thieves, has all the ingred

    Michael Karpovage's new book, Map of Thieves, has all the ingredients for success. Betrayal,suspense and historical fact, brilliantly mixed with present day fiction, make Map of Thieves an intriguing read that is extremely hard to put down. 




    Lt. Col Jake Tununda and his girlfriend Rae Hart are once again on a treasure hunt.  Jake who is also a Freemason military historian finds that a Civil War hat has meen stolen from the West Point Military Museum.  Believed to be in this hat is a waybill from the Cherokee tribe.  Also stolen at the same time are two Nazi weapons.  Who know we had Nazi weapons at West Point?




    Jake and Rae head to Savannah, GA to talk, to a descendent of the hat's original owner, Tommy Watie.  Things get rough when Jake is not only ordered off the case but suspended from the military when he continues his search. 




    Every treasure hunt needs a good villian.  Map of Thieves has Tom Black, son of Tommy.  Black,a corrupt politian, is the man you love to hate.  He has absolutely no redeeming qualities. 




    The pace of Map of Thieves is fast paced. It is rich with historical Civil War fact, Masonic traditions and a military connection. The book grabs you immediately and you are on a fast pace race all the way to the end of the book.  Michael does a wonderful job of setting the scene and making you feel the same terror and emotions that the characters are feeling.




    I can't wait to see what the next adventure Michael Karpovage takes us on with Jake and Rae.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2014

    Great Book Could not put it down.

    Great Book Could not put it down read it and his first book Crown of Serpents in two weeks.

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