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Mitch Hasslet, a war photojournalist relegated to a desk job, is the sole witness to a heist of Mayan artifacts. Recruited by the enigmatic director of the Museum of Art and Antiquities, Mitch is sent to Guatemala, the last location the shipment was tracked to. Acting as the museum staff photographer, Mitch joins a group of archaeologists. His goal is to locate the artifac ...more
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Published August 15th 2011 by Smashwords
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Vicki Tyley
Doctor Alex Langley is a tough (on the outside) archaeologist, her estranged father the esteemed Doctor Franklin Langley. When it comes to men, she has serious trust issues. Enter Mitch Hasslet, a digs photographer foisted on her by the Museum of Art and Antiquities, who has his own agenda…

Adventure, romance, mystery, thrills, twists… Jungle of Deceit has them all. The sultry Guatemalan jungle complete with mosquitoes (made me itch) is more than simply a backdrop – it’s integral to the story and
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Amanda
Ms. Miller steps away from the chilling elements typically found in her stories and takes us into a sweltering ‘Jungle of Deceit’. For me the suspense pulled this story along; the mildly romantic subplot took a back seat to the mysteries that were filtered throughout this book.

A beautifully descriptive setting, typical of Ms. Miller, shows us a hidden compound deep within the jungle that provides little sense of comfort for her characters. The details of Mayan artifacts and those who search to
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Amy R
This was my third book from Maureen Miller! As with her other books I enjoy how she takes her hero and heroine on a journey together. They don't meet and instantly fall in love, but they get to know each other through crazy circumstances and that pushes them together. It seems more real and believable to me. Maureen has very descriptive writing that makes you feel as though you are in the story - you can feel the elements, the fear, and the love. I wasn't sure about this book at the beginning - ...more
Debra Martin
Dr. Alexandra Langley is a woman trying to get out from under the shadow of her famous archeologist father, Franklin. It seems no matter what she does in the field, his name looms large. When an opportunity comes up to look for lost Mayan artifacts in the jungle of Guatemala, she jumps at the chance to lead her own expedition. She runs her group with an iron hand. She must not show any weakness or vulnerabilities, that is, until photo-journalist Mitch Hasslet joins her team.

Mitch has his own dem
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Laurie
With her archeological grant money nearly exhausted, Alexandria Langley still hasn’t discovered the location of the ancient Mayan city. When she is forced to accept a cocky photographer on her team, she tries to mask her ire. However, he dogs her every move with determination, even as he fails to impress her with his seductive smile.

Coerced into an unplanned assignment, photojournalist Mitch Hassett nevertheless discovers he has a soft-spot when it comes to the haughty, cool leader of the exped
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Teri Heyer
Jul 15, 2014 Teri Heyer rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who loves romantic suspense.
Recommended to Teri by: The Author on Twitter.
I started reading 'Jungle of Deceit' on my Kindle while at the beach - the sun, sand, surf and a great read. So I can honestly recommend it as a beach read. Of course, I finished it up back at home in the wee hours. This is a fast-paced, entertaining, romantic suspense with lots of twists and turns.
patty bergemann
Great

Great adventure story. Loved the characters and the story line. Fun mystery adventure exciting romantic what else could you want.
Heather
I don't expect much from my romance novels. However, I left the story had great potential with an exciting setting and plot. I just could not get past the characters. I didn't find myself cheering for either of them and the dialog was awful.
Misty Vauble
really enjoyed this book was teary a couple different times
Mitzi
Free Kindle book May 28, 2012.
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USA TODAY bestselling author, Maureen A. Miller's first novel, WIDOW'S TALE earned her a Golden Heart nomination in Romantic Suspense. Working in the software industry for fifteen years in a job that required extensive travel, Maureen chose to write during those lengthy airport layovers. Escapism at its best. Five novels were produced in those years of travel.

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