The Spirit Banner (Rogue Angel, Book 22)

The Spirit Banner (Rogue Angel, Book 22)

Alex Archer, Joseph Nassise

Language: English

Pages: 183

ISBN: 2:00306499

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Genghis Khan carved out a legacy of bloodshed and conquered kingdoms that has lasted almost eight hundred years. But while his name and deeds live on in the annals of history, his tomb has never been located… until now.

Not everyone is convinced that the diary and the map, said to lead to the great warrior's final resting place, are authentic. Archaeologist Annja Creed is among these doubters. The reality is that the body was lost to history. But despite her skepticism, Annja suddenly finds herself pulled along an increasingly complex trail of clues, each more remote than the last.

And as she and her companions race to their final destination, one thing is clear—the only tomb she may find is her own.

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their cargo was loaded aboard the proper flight. He roused them with plenty of time for them to get cleaned up and then they headed to the terminal to find their gate. They made it with plenty of time to spare and ended up sitting around the waiting area with the rest of the passengers. Annja noted that Davenport actually seemed to be enjoying himself, and it took her a few minutes to realize that it was the sudden absence of attention that had put him in such a good mood. In just about every

out and stretch his legs. Santiago had the men fan out, sending them up the mountain in search of the map room that Jeffries had mentioned in his call the night before. Ten minutes later two of his men radioed in. They had found Jeffries. He'd been in the water for at least six hours and his flesh had taken on the bloated look so common in drowning victims. Though, from where Ransom stood on the bank, he could see the bullet wounds in the man's back that had been the true cause of death.

and helped keep the logs from separating beneath him by trapping them between his thighs. Once he was across, he took several strips of rope he'd carried over with him and used those to bind the other end of the logs together. With a man holding down either side of their makeshift bridge, the others followed Vale's example and crossed to the far side as quickly as possible. Nambai was the last one to cross and the older man did it with more panache than any of his younger colleagues. Standing and

her cue to leave. She wasted no more time before doing so. 44 Holuin and a squad of six Mongol warriors escorted them down the mountainside shortly thereafter. Annja and Davenport had each been given a horse to ride, with instructions to set them free once they reached the edge of the steppes; the horses would find their own way home or return to the wild, as the eternal blue heaven saw fit. They left the mountain by a different route than the one they had used on the ascent. This time it was

her cue to leave. She wasted no more time before doing so. 44 Holuin and a squad of six Mongol warriors escorted them down the mountainside shortly thereafter. Annja and Davenport had each been given a horse to ride, with instructions to set them free once they reached the edge of the steppes; the horses would find their own way home or return to the wild, as the eternal blue heaven saw fit. They left the mountain by a different route than the one they had used on the ascent. This time it was

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