FDR's Treasure

FDR's Treasure

by Joel Fox

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Overview

FBI Special Agent Zane Rigby, in the Office for Cases of Historical Significance, is called upon to find the answer to a more than seventy-five-year-old question. In 1935, did Franklin D. Roosevelt travel to Cocos Island off Costa Rica to go fishing or to search for the treasure of the Bloody Sword?

Zane goes straight to the source of the controversy, political commentator, Paul Mallory, to force him to come clean. But when he arrives one problem stands in his way: Paul Mallory has been murdered!

Rigby soon finds himself in the midst of personal, political, and criminal troubles. A beautiful British treasure hunter vies for his affections; the Speaker of the House's agenda to end polarization in Washington is put in jeopardy; and Rigby's nemesis, the Monument Bomber, is determined to blow up Mount Rushmore. Each complicate and confuse Rigby at every twist and turn. All seems lost as Rigby is suspected of murder, while an assassin has him clearly in his sites and is ready to pull the trigger.

Rigby must unravel the secret of the Bloody Sword or face his own bloody end.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615889399
Publisher: Bronze Circle Press
Publication date: 10/20/2013
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Joel Fox likes to say he has a long rap sheet in California politics. For three decades he has been a taxpayer and small business advocate, served on numerous state commissions, worked on many ballot issue campaigns, and advised a number of candidates. He is an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University.

Authoring hundreds of opinion pieces, Fox has been published in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, and San Francisco Chronicle as well as other newspapers and websites.

Fox completed the Los Angeles FBI Citizens Academy program gaining a deeper understanding of the FBI and its mission.

Growing up in Massachusetts, Fox says he got his love of history breathing the air in the Boston area, often driving past the homes of the presidents Adams and visiting many historical sites.

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