Did Chinese explorers arrive in the Americas before Christopher Columbus? Renaissance man and adventurer Chase Baker is hot on the trail of this hidden piece of history in the woods of Minnesota, home of the famous Kensington Runestone. The alleged proof is scrawled on a runestone written by Vikings centuries ago.
The only problem is it's guarded by a mythical creature called the Wendigo at the bottom of a treacherous place called The Pit, where few have survived.
Add in gun-toting neo-Nazis bent on finding the runestone first, and Chase faces one of his most thrilling adventures yet. Loaded with action, suspense, and clues to a cover up spanning centuries, this installment of the award-winning Chase Baker series is sure to satisfy.
Ideal for fans of Dan Brown, Clive Cussler, JR Rain, and others.
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Definitely the pills!
The excellent Vincent Zandri returns again as the adventurer archaeologist with a penchant for danger, Chase Baker. This time, Chase has been recruited by a Chinese journalist to act as her protection as she and her tracker journey into the wilds of America looking for The Pit. Something, it seems, is buried there - but what?
This tale of Chase, the creation of novelist Vincent Zandri, is this time recounted by author Benjamin Sobieck, but it's still the same Chase Baker, getting himself into hot water as he searches for the missing artefact and/ or battles with baddies. A short and fun to hear book, the narrator Mr.Zandri perfectly matches story and reading, as always, becoming the slick talking, cynical adventurer as well as individually and distinctly giving voice to the other protagonists.
A good addition to the series.
- Norma Miles