Marjorie Bicknell Johnson


Marjorie Bicknell Johnson is fascinated by ancient civilizations and has accompanied archaeologists to Maya ruins in Yucatán and Central America. A pilot, she has flown small airplanes throughout the American Southwest and taken off under a bridge in a floatplane. A mathematician and teacher, her articles have appeared in The Fibonacci Quarterly and other academic journals. She has written two novels as well as short stories published in anthologies. Marjorie and her husband Frank, both pilots and both native Californians, live near San Francisco.

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The Last Maya Shaman: Part I
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 23,080. Language: English. Published: January 9, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General, Fiction » Historical » Paranormal
Budding archaeologist Chanla Pex, descendant of a Maya king and destined to be a shaman, finds an ancient Mayan bark-book. While seeking treasure from its riddle, she interrupts a knife-wielding looter. She curses him to death by crocodile and discovers powers she didn’t know she had. Pex channels her talents as a shaman to trace stolen Maya artifacts and becomes the Indiana Jones of the Yucatán.

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