Death Rides the River

Death Rides the River There are strange places in the world where reality is not quite what it seems The Orinoco River Valley of South America is one such place Straddling the oldest geological formation on Earth it is an

  • Title: Death Rides the River
  • Author: Wayne Lincourt
  • ISBN: 9780983058069
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are strange places in the world where reality is not quite what it seems.The Orinoco River Valley of South America is one such place Straddling the oldest geological formation on Earth, it is an ancient and mysterious land inhabited by a fierce indigenous tribe called the Yanomami These shamanistic people travel in the spirit world to confer with their mystical guiThere are strange places in the world where reality is not quite what it seems.The Orinoco River Valley of South America is one such place Straddling the oldest geological formation on Earth, it is an ancient and mysterious land inhabited by a fierce indigenous tribe called the Yanomami These shamanistic people travel in the spirit world to confer with their mystical guides The spirits tell them where to huntwho to trustd who to kill.Within this alien setting, a ruthless group of terrorists is developing the most lethal biological agent known to mankind an ancient spirit, asleep for untold millennia, is awakening and Joshua Miller, an agent of the National Security Agency, is headed for a confrontation with both.

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    1. Enjoyed the trip to the mysterious and ancient Orinoco River Valley of Venezuela.The area visited in the story is inhabited by the Yanomami Tribe. This tribe use spirits to guide them about who to trust and how to make life decisions. It was very educational learning about this tribe, their style of life, the places and rivers in South America.This is the second Joshua Miller Adventure but is a stand alone book. Josh works as an agent for The National Security Agency. He is sent undercover into [...]

    2. I won this autographed copy on Good Reads. Thank you, Mr. Lincourt. I have not read the first book in this series but this book is just fine as a stand alone read. The book is very well written and the author obviously has quite a bit of knowledge about the various government agencies referenced in this book.The lead character, Josh Miller, is an NSA agent sent into the jungle, undercover, to investigate a virus that is being produced by to be used in a terrorist plot. He is sent to gather info [...]

    3. At first it was a slow start but then the magic started happening. Not magic in the sense of witches and wizards, but an older magic a more basic magic. It was full of danger and mystery and saddness, but was a great read. I recommend this book to an older audience as there are some graphic scenes this is definitely an adult book. I would like anyone looking for adventure that us not the norm while it had some normal scenes it mostly contained a bright new perspective on a world most of us have [...]

    4. I really enjoyed this story it kept me going from the start of the book. Very fast paced! The bring together the modern world and and ancient jungle tribe was wonderful. It was a nice surprise to find out that Mr. Lincourt is a neighbor of just a few miles away in Texas standards. Thank you so much for the signed copy I won on .

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