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Diamond Lies

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Wandering through his father's library, John Erickson discovers an African treasure map. According to legend, the map claims to lead to a lost diamond protected by a herd of rare black rhinos. It also warns that only two halves of a whole - a man and a woman truly in love - can follow the trail. The explorer who dares to try his luck alone or with someone not his soul ...more
Published by Goodfellow Press
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Gary Douglas
Aug 20, 2014 Gary Douglas rated it really liked it
Johann was my best friend when I was a kid growing up at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita Kansas and then when we moved to southeast Michigan. Our fathers were US Air Force officers. When my dad retired we moved to Dearborn Michigan to work for Ford Motor Company. When Colonel Sorenson retired the family moved to Ann Arbor Michigan. Johann and I maintained our friendship in Michigan up until about high school.

I was delighted to re-connect with him recently via facebook - a wonderful mechanism
May 24, 2010 Clare rated it it was ok
Shelves: fiction
The beginning premise of this book held so much promise, then it quickly deteriorated into a love story. Next, the main character spent some time 'finding' himself and then we finally get back to the original premise. The finale, played out in the wilds of Africa, reads like a high-action adventure film, complete with a bad guy nemesis. This book seems to suffer from wanting to offer everything, but in doing so, only manages to frustrate the reader.
Melissa rated it did not like it
Jun 28, 2007
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