Monday, May 29, 2017

Treasure Hunting Mysteries: A Collection of Short Stories by Lois D. Brown

This is an anthology of stories about searching for riches.  As is usual, it's greed driving the people looking for it.  They aren't nice folks and it's always tempting to kill off some of the team so the shares get bigger.  Even when they find it, it may not be what they expected...

The author and InstaFreebies gave me an ebook to read for review (thank you).  It has been published so you can grab a copy on Amazon now.

From the assayer who is taken on a hunt and finds not only gold but trouble and ends up divorcing his wife (who was more in love with the gold than she was in love with him) to the man who finds a forgotten canyon and learns first hand why he should leave Montezuma's fortune alone, you will find Ms. Brown's stories entertaining and ironic.  They are short reads so you can pick it up and put it down.  I read the whole book in one session because it was interesting.  She gives you a feel for the desert country and its dangers, especially the human ones.  It's a good read, try it. 

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