The G.O.D. Journal: a search for gold
By Jeff Posey
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Published: July 25, 2012
Words: 97,790 (approximate)
After he accidentally kills his wife, Baxter runs. Hiding in his derelict boyhood home in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, he discovers a journal that leads to a treasure of gold. With the guiding hand of a deranged hunter and Wall Street financier, Baxter discovers true gold is concealed in the heart of a woman who helps him search for an Anasazi pictograph that is the key to the family treasure.
J.A. Baxter is not who he seems. After high school he takes a new name and makes himself into a high-dollar Texas oil man. But when he accidentally kills his trophy wife in a way that looks like murder, he resumes his original identity and hides in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
When he discovers a family journal full of riddles that lead to a long-lost family treasure marked by an ancient Indian pictograph, he enlists the help of Professor Marshall Garvin, an Anasazi rock art expert, and Garvin’s niece, Elby.
After Garvin accidentally kills a man in hot pursuit of Baxter, a deranged hunter and Wall Street financier with the initials G.O.D. steps in as judge and jury. He renders a verdict that reveals the true treasure: Elby’s dream for redemption that begins with saving the life of G.O.D.
, wall street
, pagosa springs
, wilderness adventure
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