He wanted treasure and was determined to discover it in the depths of the Amazon jungles. And willing to pay any price...until he learned the horrible, terrifying truth!
A story of a man's search for treasure in the dangerous jungles of the Amazon, where a nightmare death awaits anyone who might try to take the gold treasures so jealously protected by their guardian native tribesmen!
He was in desperate need of funds, and he needed to get back to his homeland. But the price to pay could be far too much! As he was soon to learn.
An adventure into the deaths of terror, with a golden treasure as it rewarding payoff for anybody bold enough to take it! He had a choice between life and death. Or riches beyond his wildest dreams.
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About the Author
“As long as I can remember I wanted to be a writer. It was a dream I never thought would materialize. But with the help of Forrest J Ackerman, who became my agent, I managed to finally make it into print.
“I was lucky enough not only in selling my work to publishers but also ending up packaging books for some of them, and finally becoming a ‘publisher’ much like those who had bought my first novels. From there it as a simple leap to editing not only a science-fiction anthology, but also a line of SF books for Powell Sci-Fi back in the 1960s. Throughout these active professional years I had the chance to design some covers and do graphic cover layouts for pocket books & magazines.”
Much of his work in covers and graphics are a result of having had a father who was a professional commercial artist, and who did a number of covers for sci-fi magazines in the 1950s and later for pocket books—even for some of Mr. Nuetzel’s books.
In retirement he has become involved in swing dancing, a long time lover of Big Band jazz. But more interestingly world travels have taken him (and his wife Brigitte) across the world, to Hawaii, Caribbean, Mexico, Kenya, Egypt, Peru, having a lifelong interest in ancient civilizations. His website is full of thousands of pictures taken during these trips.
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