Shrouded in Secrets (audiobook)

The massacre of an unarmed South American village, the destruction of one of the greatest manmade wonders of the world, and multiple museum thefts ignite a desperate scramble to locate a deadly group of terrorists. An international team led by the ruggedly handsome but emotionally scarred CIA...
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The massacre of an unarmed South American village, the destruction of one of the greatest manmade wonders of the world, and multiple museum thefts ignite a desperate scramble to locate a deadly group of terrorists. An international team led by the ruggedly handsome but emotionally scarred CIA agent, Cash Luker, scours the globe in an attempt to keep ahead of those striving to bring thirteen mythical relics together. As Cash’s team closes in on those responsible for the devastation he must conquer past demons in order to save the woman who has captured his heart and prevent destruction of legendary proportions.

 

 


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by Jasmine A.

They only have days to save the world... Well, when I started Shrouded In Secrets I had no clue that I was in for one wild ride of Indiana Jones style adventure spanning the globe. But that's exactly what I got! From the desert sands of Egypt to tribal land in Arizona, from the gorgeous waters of Bimini to historic churches in South America. Yeah, Kim McMahill takes her ragtag group and readers on a white-knuckle trip around the world in search of dangerous people and even more dangerous relics. So, if you are looking for a historically and scientifically accurate book, Shrouded In Secrets will probably be a miss for you, but, if you are looking for some fun escapist action adventure Kim McMahill's book just may be up your alley. Erring more on the side of clean read there was a little innuendo, language, and some violence, but nothing overly graphic. If it were a movie I think it would probably get a higher end PG rating. This was one of the few audiobooks that I've listen

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