Aztec Heresy

Aztec Heresy

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An ancient secret. A lost city. A treasure that could change the world.

In search of a Spanish galleon in the Caribbean, archaeologist Finn Ryan and her partner Lord Billy Pilgrim find evidence of a lost Aztec Codex. The invaluable book created by 15th- century explorer and accused heretic Hernan Cortez is said to reveal the secret location of the lost City of Gold. But they are not alone in their quest.

Also on the trail is the head of a menacing religious cadre who'd kill to get it first, and a sociopathic billionaire with his own sinister motives. But while running for their lives, Finn and Billy come upon a more explosive secret that will take them from the Yucatan jungles to the Sonoran Desert, where the stakes are life and death.
ISBN: 9780451224521


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Nov 01, 2010

As Finn Ryan and her partner are in search of a Spanish galleon which sank in the Caribbean in 1521, they soon realize they are not alone in this quest.

The Head of a religious group, reporting to the Vatican, who would kill to get the Codex first as well as a sociopathic billionaire, who has his own sinister reasons.

This mystery takes them from London, Paris, Seville, the Bahamas, Cuba to the jungles of the Yucatan. It was interesting to read about them being in Merida as well as Progresso during their journies.

There was also a description of the Cuban Embassy in Ottawa and how they took a flight to Toronto and then Porter Airlines to Ottawa, checking in at the Lord Elgin Hotel and walking down Elgin Street to Somerset to a florist, before visiting the Cuban Embassy in Ottawa South.

Lots of adventure !


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