Author Michael Karpovage is a native of upstate New York and a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology. Michael is an award-winning map illustrator and principal of Karpovage Creative, Inc. He is a Freemason and lives in Roswell, Georgia. His first novel, a military thriller titles Flashpoint Quebec, was released in 2003. Crown of Serpents (2009) was his first mystery thriller in the Tununda Mysteries series, followed by Map of Thieves (2014).
A Freemason military historian goes on a deadly treasure hunt to find an all powerful, ancient relic sacred to the Iroquois Indians. Set in Upstate New York's Finger Lakes Region amid the abandoned Seneca Army Depot.
A Freemason military historian goes on a deadly treasure hunt to find the legendary Cherokee Tunnel in the Georgia mountains that dates back to 1838 and the Trail of Tears. Within is a gold vault along with Hernando de Soto's stolen Spanish mining map . . . a Map of Thieves.