Spirits of the Jungle by Jacquelyn Yznaga

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Cheryl, owner of a miniature, red dachshund, has a lifelong dream of exploring as an archaeologist, which comes to fruition in 1972 as she and four other archaeology students and
two professors take a riveting seven month journey to Central America. Aware of the war
between two opposing armies of rebel soldiers deep in the jungles, they trek and dodge bullets
while exploring caves with lavish Mayan treasures. Temptation leads to eventual consequences
as they discover gold and crystal skulls prohibited to be removed. Their journey draws them to
meet missionaries, priests, and a personal contact with aliens and lights of an unknown source,
and later an ominous archaeologist amidst a tribe of ancient people leading to a deadly truth. A
devastating earthquake forever alters their travels killing two team members. Cheryl's pain is
eased by the love of a lost, little dachshund.
 

About Jacquelyn Yznaga

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Shirley Jones was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is a nurse of forty-two years. She is a member of SouthWest Writers, has a great passion for archeology as a hobby, and a deep interest in forensic archeology and medicine. She is a proud owner of a miniature, red dachshund. She currently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jacquelyn Yznaga was born in San Antonio, Texas and presently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the beautiful land of enchantment. She is a nurse of twenty-six years and is a member of SouthWest Writers. She has a great interest in science fiction and archeology and loves to read Star Trek novels.
 
Published November 17, 2012 by Casa de Snapdragon LLC. 156 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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