The Shadow of Isis by Joel S Zarley

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The history of the world has always been told in a prescribed course; with each great civilization leading to the next. The Babylonians...the Egyptians..the Greeks...the Romans—all leading to the modern world as we know it today. But what if the truth of our shared history was not as neat and tidy as the conventional wisdom would have us believe? When Gabriel Patrick gets a call from his good friend Molly asking for his help in finding her missing brother Mark, he knows that he will drop everything and do anything he can to help her. Mark has disappeared while on an anthropological expedition searching for the existence of ancient Egyptian treasure buried deep within the Grand Canyon. While Gabe is skeptical of the legend, they soon find themselves embroiled in an ancient mystery—deep as the canyon itself—and whose coverup reaches the highest levels of power. Gabe, Molly and her FBI partner set off on a cross-country pursuit of clues which hold the key to Mark’s fate. Can Gabe and his friends find the missing man and uncover the mystery of the lost history of civilization, or will they fall to the same tragic end of those who sought the answers before them? This is the second novel in the Gabriel Patrick “Lost Loves” series and is the follow-up to Chasing the Light.

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Published January 12, 2012 by Purple Palm Media. 322 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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