New World Tribe by Doc McKay Jr.
Faces of Sacrifice

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Freedom-loving Howard, on a disastrous jungle search for a rumored tribe, is captivated by kind-hearted Rachel, then faces life-or-death choices when she disappears in the night. Floods, loss of supplies, and raids by ‘Jaguar Men,’ throw the expedition into disarray and conflict. The outcome has 500-year-old roots in efforts by teens, Atl and Dahlia, to find each other and their loved ones in the devastation following Cortés’ invasion of the mighty Aztecs. Contrasting characters in both time-lines are haunted and driven by sacrifice, betrayal, revenge, repentance, and love.

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Doc grew up in Georgia, where he and his wife Betty and their 2 married children and 5 grandchildren live. He graduated from Georgia Military Academy, then led a rock band, delivered coffee, and worked in construction while studying at Georgia Tech. He has degrees in architecture, business administration, and divinity. He practices architecture and taught design, drawing, and history at Southern Poly. He served as president of American University of Biblical Studies for five years and is now a director. He has been fascinated with pre-Columbian civilizations since college, and has done short term mission work in Mexico and Honduras.
Published December 4, 2012 by LOCEM Books. 332 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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His writing is rich, complex and beautiful, whether describing a complicated battle scene or a heartfelt conversation, and his characters are equally rich, revealing layers of complexity and closely held secrets as the book develops.

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