Cursed Gold

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
In 1517, fifty innocent Aztec slaves were murdered while hiding the personal jewelry of Montezuma. Nearly 500 years later, expert scuba diver Mike Conrad never dreamed he would meet one of them... thirty feet underwater.

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
  • Words: 5,830
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781458107855
About Lois D. Brown

Lois received her bachelor’s degree in journalism and worked as a news correspondent in Washington, D.C. She later completed a Master’s degree in communications and started her own freelance business.

She has written nearly fifty articles and books, many of which are about nutrition and the use of natural food supplements. She worked as the chief editor to a former New York Times best-selling author Dr. Neil Solomon, and she co-wrote a book on time management with former Miss America Sharlene Wells Hawkes.

In 2004 she published a book with psychologist Victoria Anderson catered to Mormons about how to better manage stress and anxiety. She has presented material from this book to large audiences across Utah.

Recently she has turned her interests to writing fiction after realizing the bedtime stories she tells her four children never put them to sleep.

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Review by: Eldon Decker on May 7, 2011 :
Enjoyed it!
(reviewed 78 days after purchase)
Review by: deniz bevan on March 15, 2011 : (no rating)
Aztec legends and hidden gold spark a search for buried treasure – but the treasure found at the end isn’t quite what it seems. A tightly woven tale of high adventure, blackmail and a rekindled romance. Looking forward to seeing the other Treasure Seekers stories!
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Review by: Lucy Mae on March 4, 2011 :
A good read. I like adventure stories, and this one fits the bill.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Mac Arnold on March 3, 2011 :
I've spent some time in the southern Utah area, and this story made me feel like I was there again. It's a fun, spooky tale that isn't gory, just suspenseful.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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