Jennifer McMullen-Cruz, a Smithsonian specialist in ancient writing, is on a mission to find a mysterious “glyph” cave in war-torn Nicaragua, and nothing is going to stop her–not even a murderous gang of tomb looters who are also searching for the cave, not for glyphs, but for pirate gold. They’ve already killed one of her close associates, and now they’re after her. Things get messy when she falls into a spiral of romance and intrigue with a handsome stranger at the US Embassy. And messier still when her cheating husband wants her back. Her life is further complicated by an obnoxious reporter who dogs her every step and an old Indian couple who may or may not be spirits. But her greatest challenge is in that cave in Nicaragua, written in hieroglyphics…
About the Author: Maria Nieves Edmonds
Maria Nieves Edmonds was born in Puerto Rico and is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico and Florida State University. She was the Associate Provost at St. Petersburg College and is currently the director of the Hispanic Center for Pinellas County, Florida. She is well known for her community involvement with Hispanic youth and is the co-author of two other adventure novels with her husband, David C. Edmonds.
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