By Alex Archer, Joseph Nassise
A misplaced urban. A lacking tribe. And treasure past imagining…
When archaeologist Annja Creed attends an public sale in Botswana that includes own results of an notorious explorer, she purchases a small and possible unremarkable piece of paintings. It's no longer till the explorer's son makes a determined try to thieve it that Annja uncovers the key of the painting…or really, the key map in the back of the painting.
The map issues to the misplaced urban of the San tribe, bushmen who had some time past disappeared off the face of the planet and whose city—so legend has it—was as soon as affected by diamonds. yet is the map an epic archaeological discovery or a good looking paintings of fiction? forced to determine, Annja needs to face not just the perils of the African bush, yet a treacherous son decided to take again his father's maximum legacy…no topic what the fee.
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