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Knights of Gold: Battle Over the Lost Confederate Treasure

Knights of Gold: Battle Over the Lost Confederate Treasure

by Dell Isham
Knights of Gold: Battle Over the Lost Confederate Treasure

Knights of Gold: Battle Over the Lost Confederate Treasure

by Dell Isham

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Overview

KNIGHTS OF GOLD is a story of intrigue, corruption, betrayal, and the quest for enormous riches. American history buffs have long wondered, what happened to the Confederate Treasury at the end of the Civil War? The Knights of the Golden Circle know. And they have been protecting it ever since. They were once the financiers of the rebellious South; now they survive as an underground paramilitary organization. Their constant adversaries are the Loyal League. In the 1970's, the Knights find themselves with a new problem. Two Oregon legislators decode the signs and discover a map in a dead man's mouth that leads them to South Carolina, where the gold is buried. Finding the treasure may be the easy part; uncovering it and keeping it is quite another matter. This historical and political thriller takes the reader from Oregon, to South Carolina, to Florida, to the resorts of Grand Cayman Island, and to the jungles of interior Brazil. The award winning author, Dell Isham, weaves his knowledge of history, his military background, and his political experience into a fascinating tale of greed and evil deeds.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478707295
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 07/28/2013
Pages: 418
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)

About the Author

DELL ISHAM,the winner of the 2009 South Carolina Fiction Project, offers readers his fourth book. His degrees in history from Weber State (Utah) College and Colorado State University, combined with his thirty years of political experience, bring realism to this historical and political thriller.

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