Mayan Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans

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The discovery of a priceless artifact puts Julia's life in great danger! While on assignment for the newspaper, John and Julia Evans try to enjoy a romantic vacation among the Mayan ruins. When Julia sees a couple suspicious men exchanging an item, she quickly turns and leaves but it is too late. The men have seen her. As a reporter, Julia does not easily give up and her curiosity gets them in a mess of trouble. Before John and Julia realize what is going on, they are both in danger and find themselves running ...
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Overview

The discovery of a priceless artifact puts Julia's life in great danger! While on assignment for the newspaper, John and Julia Evans try to enjoy a romantic vacation among the Mayan ruins. When Julia sees a couple suspicious men exchanging an item, she quickly turns and leaves but it is too late. The men have seen her. As a reporter, Julia does not easily give up and her curiosity gets them in a mess of trouble. Before John and Julia realize what is going on, they are both in danger and find themselves running for their lives through the jungles of the Yucatan.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481266888
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/15/2012
  • Pages: 258
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

Meet the Author

Linda Weaver Clarke travels throughout the United States, teaching and encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. She is the author of five historical "sweet" romances, four mystery/adventure novels and two non-fiction e-books.
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  • Posted October 26, 2011

    Great mystery!

    John and Julia Evans are back again for another adventure. This time, they are off to Cancun, Mexico to explore the Mayan ruins. As an investigative reporter, Julia is going on assignment but at the same time she and her husband are using it as a chance to spend some much needed time together. Lately, John has been more involved with his business than with his wife.

    Julia sees something she wasn't supposed to and finds herself in the middle of a stolen artifacts ring. When she becomes a liability to the thieves, her life is on the line. Her husband wants to take his wife home where it's safe, but Julia has no intentions of leaving. She's not going anywhere until she cracks the mystery and possibly get a huge story out, too.

    This is an exciting follow-up to Linda Weaver Clarke's Anasazi Intrigue. She takes us through Cancun and we get to visit the Mayan ruins. Ms. Weaver Clarke's descriptions easily transports the reader to Mexico. You really feel as if you are part of the story. Her words flow beautifully through each page of the book.

    Readers learn more and more about the beautiful relationship shared by John and Julia. Their commitment to each other is stronger than ever. With each book, these two become more like friends of the readers instead of book characters. I enjoyed this very much and am looking forward to the third book in this thrilling series.

    Disclosure: The author provided me with a copy of the book but this did not influence my review in any way. All opinions are my own.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2011

    Romance and Suspense

    "Instinctively, she knew that her life was in danger. Why, she did not know."~(Mayan Intrigue)

    In this book, John and Julia venture to the Yucatan Peninsula to take a relaxing vacation. Julia is also on assignment for the newspaper while in Mexico. What starts out as a romantic trip quickly turns into a dangerous adventure among the Mayan ruins and jungles, and the vacationers are on the run from thieves--and wild animals! Excitement prevails, and this book is full of mystery and suspense.

    Linda's writing is lively and down-to-earth; she has the ability to make you feel as if you're in these stories, along with John and Julia, trying to decipher the truth and escape from harm. Before reading these novels, I didn't know much about archaeological thievery, although I was introduced to artifact theft when I interviewed Linda.

    --Review Written by Susan Ortlieb, Suko's Notebook

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