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The Eyes of the Jaguar

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The Eyes of the Jaguar spans five centuries and two countries. New physician Gabriella Raymos sets aside devastating personal loss and her hard-earned San Francisco medical career to go to Mexico and resolve a centuries-old family curse and save her family from the twin perils of a threatening volcano and a people-eating jaguar. Tutored by an ageless crystal skull named Ho ...more
Kindle Edition, 302 pages
Published January 19th 2013 by Pamela Rose
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Robert Warr
A great read!

I really enjoyed this book as it pressed a lot of buttons for me. The story contrasts and merges modern medicine with pre-Columbian healing lore. There is a lot shoe-horned into this book from the Aztec civilisations and the Spanish conquests, via crystal skulls to a modern volcanic threat. In researching this book the author has obviously read widely and communicates her knowledge effortlessly whenever it is needed to advance the story.

There is a cursed treasure that is central to
Pamela Rose
Aug 18, 2013 Pamela Rose rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
This mystery adventure was the very first book I wrote. It took nearly two years to do the research because in addition to mounds of written info, I attended workshops, traveled to Central America, explored the Yucatan jungle, had my aura analyzed, visited with a couple of psychics, interacted with a bona fide shaman, danced with witches under a full moon and sat with an ancient crystal skull named 'Max.' ...ALL experiences that I will never forget.

The Eyes of the Jaguar includes so many of my o
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