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  • Adventure!

    The Lost Spear by NJ Croft This is truly an adventure story. Dr Eve Blakeley, an archaeologist at a prestigious university in England was kidnapped by a terrorist group 12 years ago. As a result, she has PTSD which leaves her fearful of being unprotected and of being followed when in public places. Mr Tuul, a representative of the Mongolian Historic Society and a funder of Blakeley's research, wants her to take a week's trip to Mongolia to find a relic, the spirit banner, of Genghis Khan. The banner had been closely guarded until about 80 years ago, when it disappeared. She wants very badly to take this trip as she has done extensive research into Khan and the spirit banner that he carried into battle. She is hesitant to take the trip, however because of those memories of the kidnapping and torture that she had experienced in the past. Zachary Martin, an M16 operative dealing with terrorist groups, had briefly met Eve Blakeley in her office as part of an investigation. Eve had mentioned that Mr Yuul wanted her to go to Mongolia but that she was hestitant, because of her past experience. Zach, at that time encouraged her to make the trip as it would help her to face her fears. NJ Croft has the talent and the ability to put the reader at the scene and in the action with the characters, which makes the adventure all the more interessting as we, the readers, are there, sharing it all. If you like a good adventure story in a historical setting, you will love this story. I highly recommend it. Fritzi Redgrave The Lost Spear by NJ Croft This is truly an adventure story. Dr Eve Blakeley, an archaeologist at a prestigious university in England was kidnapped by a terrorist group 12 years ago. As a result, she has PTSD which leaves her fearful of being unprotected and of being followed when in public places. Mr Tuul, a representative of the Mongolian Historic Society and a funder of Blakeley's research, wants her to take a week's trip to Mongolia to find a relic, the spirit banner, of Genghis Khan. The banner had been closely guarded until about 80 years ago, when it disappeared. She wants very badly to take this trip as she has done extensive research into Khan and the spirit banner that he carried into battle. She is hesitant to take the trip, however because of those memories of the kidnapping and torture that she had experienced in the past. Zachary Martin, an M16 operative dealing with terrorist groups, had briefly met Eve Blakeley in her office as part of an investigation. Eve had mentioned that Mr Yuul wanted her to go to Mongolia but that she was hestitant, because of her past experience. Zach, at that time encouraged her to make the trip as it would help her to face her fears. NJ Croft has the talent and the ability to put the reader at the scene and in the action with the characters, which makes the adventure all the more interessting as we, the readers, are there, sharing it all. If you like a good adventure story in a historical setting, you will love this story. I highly recommend it. Fritzi Redgrave

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