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Lost City of the Condor

Lost City of the Condor [Kindle Edition]

Loretta Jackson , Vickie Britton

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Arla Vaughn: Pre-Columbian Treasure Series – the Inca.

While traveling on a local bus in Chinchero, Peru, Arla is approached by a mysterious female peddler who shows her a small, silver warrior. The statue is identical to those found only in rare Inca tombs located high in the Andes. Arla suspects this is a genuine artifact, perhaps stolen from the same Capacocha burial site her co-worker, Lance Hayden, is seeking. When the woman tells her she has many more items for sale, Arla follows her to an abandoned house. Too late, Arla realizes she has fallen into a trap!

Arla gets kidnapped by a group of ruthless thieves who are holding Lance Hayden hostage. They believe Arla’s in possession of a journal, which is the final link to the Lost City and the secret it holds…

Death lurks, biding its time… This is a race against time that takes Arla to a snowy mountain peak and a clash with the looters for the most priceless treasure of all – the golden condor!

The second book in the series begun with The Mayan Mask of Death.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 420 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Solstice Publishing (26 Mar 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007P6WGLS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,146,693 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of mystery, lots of adventure 18 April 2014
By Robert C. Rettke - Published on
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An enjoyable mystery/adventure story featuring the intrepid archeologist Dr. Arla Vaughn's efforts to find her disappeared lover archeologist Dr. Lance Hayden which is tied to his efforts to find an Incan lost city in the mountains of Peru. As in other mysteries written by the two sisters - who apparently take turns as lead author, it's difficult for the heroine and the reader to know who is trustworthy and who isn't. Towards the end of this story there's an exciting mountain trek to actually locate the city which, unfortunately, is a bit unbelievable considering that several of the trekkers are untrained and in some cases out of condition for such high altitude antics. A little suspension of disbelief on the part of the reader is required here. Overall, though, it's a good mystery/adventure story with a fair amount of appropriate archeological lore inserted in a legitimate story context. I've already read 3 other books by the same authors and enjoyed them all. They've written about 40 so I have more fun in store for me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Makes me want to go to Peru! 20 May 2012
By Sunflower - Published on
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I really enjoyed Lost City of the Condor. It had lots of interesting facts on the Incan and Peruvian culture that was fun to read about. The authors did a great job describing the scenery. It makes you feel as if you are there in the Andes with Arla. Very good book!
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Mystery, a Great Adventure 7 Jun 2012
By Cowgirl - Published on
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Archeologist Arla Vaughn finds herself in serious trouble when she attempts to locate a long lost Inca city. She is opposed by a violent, unknown source and is unable to trust any of her associates at the university. With great skill this very appealing character faces many difficult challenges. I have traveled to Peru and was pleased with the way the authors recreated Peru in this novel. This is truly a great mystery and a great adventure!
5.0 out of 5 stars Pre-Columbian Treasure Series 2 May 2012
By druidgirl - Published on
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Arla Vaughn is an archeologist that is drawn into a search for the Golden Condor of the Inca's by a man she didn't know from his death bed. When Arla arrives in Peru she is kidnapped, shot at, lied to and not sure who to trust, on top of everything else she must find out if her missing friend is dead or alive. This is a book that I read in two days, because I could not put it down. I must get the rest of the Pre-Columbian Treasure Series to continue the journey. This author has a wonderful grasp of the history and the geography of the area.

Thank you for letting me read and review this wonderful book.
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