The Mongol's Coffin (Bone Guard Series #1)

The Mongol's Coffin (Bone Guard Series #1)

by E. Chris Ambrose
The Mongol's Coffin (Bone Guard Series #1)

The Mongol's Coffin (Bone Guard Series #1)

by E. Chris Ambrose



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A Secret map...
A legendary lost tomb...
An army determined to keep it that way!

The Bone Guard. . .where adventure and history ignite.

When Liz Kirschener discovers a musical map to Genghis Khan's tomb, her scholarly life explodes into arson and gunfire. Ex-Spec Ops intelligence officer Grant Casey brings in his team for a race to the tomb—to prevent Chinese authorities from burying it forever.

Speed from Cambridge, Massachusetts to Cambridge, England in search of clues—then fly to Inner Mongolia, bringing together a Mongolian singer, Grant's ex-commanding officer and a Hong Kong billionaire with a secret past. Mongolian traditions clash with modern priorities in a high-stakes adventure to save one of the world's greatest lost treasures.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161957011
Publisher: Rocinante
Publication date: 11/27/2018
Series: Bone Guard Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,544
File size: 728 KB

About the Author

E. Chris Ambrose also writes dark historical fantasy novels as E. C. Ambrose: the Dark Apostle series about medieval surgery, from DAW Books. Developing that series made the author into a bona fide research junkie. Interests include the history of technology and medicine, Mongolian history and culture, Medieval history, and reproductive biology of lizards. Research has taken her to Germany, England, France, India, Nepal, China and Mongolia as well as many United States destinations. In the process, E. C. learned how to hunt with a falcon, clear a building of possible assailants, pull traction on a broken limb, and fire an AR-15.

Published works have appeared in Warrior Women, Fireside magazine, YARN online, Clarkesworld, several volumes of New Hampshire Pulp Fiction, and Uncle John's Bathroom Reader. The author is both a graduate of and an instructor for the Odyssey Writing workshop, and a participant in the Codex on-line writers' workshop.

In addition to writing, E. C. works as an adventure guide, teaching rock climbing and leading hiking, kayaking, climbing and mountain biking camps. Past occupations include founding a wholesale sculpture business, selecting stamps for a philatelic company, selling equestrian equipment, and portraying the Easter Bunny on weekends.
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