By Clive Cussler
A vintage, exciting Dirk Pitt experience from a grasp of the genre!
Nearly 5 centuries in the past a fleet of boats landed mysteriously on an island in an inland sea. There, an old Andean humans concealed a golden hoard more than that of any pharaoh, then they and their treasure vanished into history—until now.
In 1998, within the Andes Mountains of Peru, Dirk Pitt dives into an old sacrificial pool, saving American archaeologists from yes drowning. yet his death-defying rescue is simply the start, because it attracts the intrepid Pitt right into a vortex of darkness and probability, corruption and betrayal. A sinister crime syndicate has traced the long-lost treasure—worth virtually a thousand million dollars—from the Andes to the banks of a hidden underground river flowing underneath a Mexican wilderness. pushed by way of burning greed and a ruthless bloodlust, the syndicate is racing to grab the golden prize...and to terminate the single guy who can cease them.
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I must have identified you would disguise each base," stated Sarason, stirring his espresso. "But we might greater wish their model of the textual content is true, or we are going to be spending loads of time and cash chasing up and down Mexico after ghosts. " Time is on our side," Zolar guaranteed him confidentially. "Who yet us may be able to have a clue to the treasure's burial web site? " After a fruitless day trip to the information of the Library of Congress, the place he had was hoping to discover documentary facts resulting in the Concepcion's final destiny, Julien Perlmutter sat within the substantial interpreting room. He closed a duplicate of the diary stored via Francis Drake and later provided to Queen Elizabeth, describing his epic voyage. The diary, misplaced for hundreds of years, had only in the near past been came upon within the dusty basement of the royal information in England. He leaned his nice bulk again within the chair and sighed. The diary extra little to what he already knew. Drake had despatched the Concepcion again to England below the command of the Golden Hind's crusing grasp, Thomas Cuttill. The galleon was once by no means visible back and was once presumed misplaced at sea with all fingers. past that, the one point out of the destiny of the Concepcion used to be unverified. It got here from a e-book Perlmutter may perhaps remember interpreting at the Amazon River, released in 1939 through journalist/explorer Nicholas Bender, who the routes of the early explorers looking for El Dorado. Perlmutter known as up the booklet from the library employees and reexamined it. within the notice part there has been a she-t connection with a 1594 Portuguese survey excursion that had come across an Englishman dwelling with a tribe of neighborhood population beside the river. The Englishman claimed that he had served lower than the English sea puppy, Francis Drake, who put him in control of a Spanish treasure galleon that was once swept right into a jungle by way of a big tidal wave. The Portuguese inspiration the fellow rather mad and endured on their challenge, leaving him within the village the place they discovered him. Perlmutter made a word of the writer. Then he signed the Drake diary and Bender's e-book again to the library employees and stuck a taxi domestic. He felt discouraged, however it was once no longer the 1st time he had didn't run down a clue to a ancient puzzle from the twenty-five million books and 40 million manuscripts within the library. the main to unlocking the secret of the Concepcion, if there has been one, needed to be buried elsewhere. Perlmutter sat within the backseat of the cab and stared out the window on the passing cars and constructions with no seeing them. He knew from adventure that every study venture moved at a speed all its personal. a few threw out the major solutions with a bath of fireworks. Others entangled themselves in an unending maze of lifeless ends and slowly died and not using a resolution. The Concepcion enigma used to be varied. It seemed as a shadow that eluded his grip. Did Nicholas Bender quote a real resource, or did he decorate a delusion as such a lot of nonfiction authors have been liable to do? The query used to be nonetheless goading his brain while he walked into the muddle that used to be his workplace.