Stone McGuire and the Lost Inca Gold
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A treasure of Inca gold has been lost in the mountains of Ecuador for nearly five hundred years.
In 1989 a ruthless group of world leaders want this gold to accelerate their plans for global economic domination.
Stone McGuire is an archaeologist who knows how to read the Inca records. Events are set in motion to have Stone McGuire find the lost Inca gold. More
Stone McGuire and the Lost Inca Gold is based on history. The story depicts Francisco Pizarro and the ransom of the Inca king, Atahualpa. The legend of the Inca gold hidden in the mountains of Ecuador was revived in the 1850s when a copy of Valverde’s Guide was found in the archives in the city of Latacunga, Ecuador. The Inca quipus, the knotted cord devices used by the Incas to keep records, are accurately portrayed. The “fraternity” of world leaders that meet once a year, called a think-tank by the press, is a real organization. They are not a secret society, but rather a society with secrets. The American oil exploration company in Peru and the guns-for-cocaine soldier of fortune group are based on reported history.
A treasure of Inca gold, estimated at six million pounds, has been lost in the mountains of Ecuador for nearly five hundred years. It has never been found. In 1989 a ruthless group of world leaders is methodically working to gain global economic domination. They possess an Inca quipu that may tell them where the treasure is hidden. Their plans for economic domination will be accelerated if they can find the gold. Stone McGuire is an archaeologist who has recently broken the code on how to interpret the Inca quipus. Events are set in motion to have Stone McGuire find the lost Inca gold.
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