By Alex Archer, Joe Nassise
A wrecked German bomber...key to the secrets and techniques of the 3rd Reich?
All it took used to be one cellphone name and television express host and archaeologist Annja Creed is in mortal possibility. Her manufacturer Doug Morrell has been kidnapped via a grasping treasure hunter who's looking the misplaced raubgold, or looted gold of Nazi Germany. The phrases are uncomplicated: retrieve the bounty and Doug lives. Fail, and he dies...
Now Annja and her acquaintances needs to discover a lacking German fighter airplane that was once shot down over the Alps in 1945. based on legend, the airplane not just holds a cargo of gold the Nazis had stolen, but additionally carried the final letters of the führer himself. Letters that time to a extra startling treasure buried underwater midway all over the world. yet Annja isn't attracted to treasure, or maybe unearthing historical relics. Annja has one schedule: get Doug out alive...even if it skill drawing her sword from its otherworldly sheath. whether it skill dying.
Because as soon as greed drives a guy to violence, not anything will cease him...
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Closed, all closed. No one here,’ insisted the guard emphatically. He was an older man, overweight in a way that only men of a certain age can be, with a gloriously protruding belly. He wore open-toed sandals, crumpled trousers and a white vest under his blue shirt, despite the heat. It was clear that he had every intention of sending me away. ‘No,’ I said firmly, shaking my head. ’ I wasn’t sure how much English the guard understood but I hoped that the desperation I felt was clearly etched on my face.
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I wrote to Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma, and his reply was encouraging. ‘I commend you warmly for this exceptional initiative and the effort being made to enhance intercultural understanding and to raise awareness of the work and value of the modern Commonwealth,’ he wrote. As July turned into August, my only real problem was that I just didn’t have enough applications. There had been a steady trickle, but very few struck me as realistic possibilities. When I allowed myself to dwell on the issue I felt a brewing dread.