The Strangest Thing

The Strangest Thing

by Bill Thompson

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Overview

As the President of the United States disappears within the bowels of a Mayan temple the world holds its breath. What lies deep beneath the Temple of the Inscriptions in Palenque, Mexico? Does it shed light on a thousand-year-old question? Amateur archaeologist Brian Sadler intends to find out.

Hundreds of years ago the Maya proliferated throughout Mexico and Central America, evolving from farmers and warriors to master architects and stonemasons in an inconceivably short span of time. Their massive multi-story temples are built of stone blocks - some weighing more than a hundred tons and sitting a hundred feet above the ground. These stones fit together so precisely a sheet of paper couldn't slip between them. Yet these Indians apparently built their multi-story temples using nothing but stone hand tools. Who - or what - taught them how? This book offers a theory.

When, in one such Mayan ruin, a U.S. President vanishes without a trace from a chamber with only one exit, America's newly appointed President calls on his old friend Brian Sadler to find out the answer.

Deep in the jungles of southern Mexico Sadler makes an astonishing discovery - something that might literally be The Strangest Thing . . . ever.

This is the third title in the Brian Sadler Archaeological Mystery series. First was the award-winning book The Bethlehem Scroll, followed by Ancient: A Search for the Lost City of the Mayas. It features stockbroker-turned-antiquities dealer Brian Sadler.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781495494017
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/20/2014
Pages: 268
Sales rank: 1,009,721
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Bill Thompson is a corporate entrepreneur who has bought, sold and operated many companies. Throughout a decades-long career in the business world he always maintained an interest in ancient civilizations. He's explored archaeological sites worldwide including Egypt, Machu Picchu, Petra, Stonehenge and dozens of Maya sites in Mexico and Central America.
His first book, The Bethlehem Scroll, earned top honors and a first place EVVY award for fiction from the Colorado Independent Publishers Association.
Thompson and his wife live in Dallas with a houseful of dogs.

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