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GOLDEN ONE - An Omega Files Adventure (Book 3) - cover

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GOLDEN ONE - An Omega Files Adventure (Book 3)

Rick Chesler

Publisher: Icarus Publishing

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The Amazon Top 100 best-selling action-adventure series continues!
GOLDEN ONE: An Omega Files Adventure (Book 3)

AN ENCRYPTED LAPTOP LEFT BEHIND BY A CRYPTO-CURRENCY CEO KILLED IN A HANG-GLIDING ACCIDENT
HIS ESTATE IS AUCTIONED OFF, INLCUDING RARE PRE-COLUMBIAN ARTIFACTS THAT POINT CARTER HUNT AND OMEGA TEAM TOWARD THE LEGENDARY LOST CITY OF EL DORADO

London, England, October 29, 1618
Notorious explorer Sir Walter Raleigh is on the chopping block for treason. In return for a quick and painless execution, he gives up a secret map that he insists leads to a New World treasure beyond compare.
New York City, Present Day
After winning an artifact at auction that he believes holds a clue to the whereabouts of El Dorado, former Naval Historian Carter Hunt soon learns that his Omega Team isn't the only organization searching for physical manifestations of the golden legend. Omega Team escapes the city to the high-altitude rain forests of South America in pursuit of a lost legend, and to combat those who are bound and determined to control the most awe-inspiring cache of precious metal on the planet.
The Omega Files novels can be read in any order, but for those who wish to read sequentially, Book 1 is ATLANTIS GOLD, Book 2 is ARK FOUND, and Book 3 is GOLDEN ONE.

PRAISE FOR THE OMEGA FILES SERIES 
★★★★★ Chesler has done it again. Keeping a story concept like El Dorado fresh and unique is no small feat, and he has more than accomplished it. GOLDEN ONE is an entirely new look at a favorite legend, all wrapped in an enticingly fast-paced package. Do not miss this!« – Nick Thacker, USA Today Bestselling author of the Harvey Bennett Thrillers
★★★★★ I love the fast pace and interesting characters, some history and some myth. Can't wait for the next exciting adventure.« – Reader review on ARK FOUND
Available since: 09/22/2023.
Print length: 278 pages.

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