Saturday, 18 June 2016

The Staff of Moses (Oliver Lucas Adventures #1)

by Andrew Linke

Action & Adventure

ASIN B008IXLFJG  ISBN-13 978-1480280908
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages 324

My Review

A good, easy read. The supernatural element made a refreshing change from the run-of-the-mill Indiana Jones type adventure. I look forward to reading more in the series.

Rating 💗💗💗💗

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The Blurb

Oliver Lucas is a professional tomb robber, though he prefers to think of himself as an adventure photographer and gentleman relic hunter. It has been a decade since his previous career fell to pieces in the wake of a discovery that led him to abandon academia and begin scouring the world for clues to an ancient conspiracy.

Now a powerful man wants Oliver to track down a relic from the pages of history: the staff Moses used to call down plagues, part the sea, and lead the Hebrews out of Egypt. Unfortunately, the scroll that points the way to this relic is in hands of a band of renegade military contractors, and the only connection Oliver has to them is through a disgraced Egyptian spymaster.

Oliver calls on Diana Jordan, an expert in ancient art and languages, and his former lover, to help him translate the scroll. She agrees, and together they set off for Egypt, resolved to track down the staff, no matter who stands in their way.

It isn’t long before Oliver and Diana find themselves in over their heads, confronting undead guardians, ancient cults, and the unleashed power of the staff itself.

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