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Merona Grant and the Lost Tomb of Golgotha

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After a job turns sour, a treasure-hunting mercenary is left out of dough and sporting a shiny black eye. In other words, just another day in the life of 1930s adventuress Merona Grant.
When presented with an opportunity for adventure and, more importantly, cash, Merona takes up the offer to follow a coded map and hunt down Judas Iscariot’s infamous thirty pieces of silver
Kindle Edition, 317 pages
Published September 16th 2017
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Dec 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Reminiscent of movies like Indiana Jones and video games like the Uncharted series, Merona Grant and the Lost Tomb of Golgotha is a thrilling ride from start to finish. I read this book in two days - I just could not put it down.

The story follows adventuress Merona Grant after a falling out with a previous employer leaves her desperate for cash and willing to take just about any job. Enter the wealthy Lady Woolsworth, a fiesty, elderly woman with a thirst for adventure and a map to a legendary t
Dec 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Recently, I spotted Brina Williamson’s Merona Grant and the Lost Tomb of Golgotha in a reading list on Amazon. The fantastic cover harkens back to the great adventure movies of all time, including a certain film involving “lost arks.”

A few chapters in, I knew I had acquired a well-plotted novel with interesting characters. The book was all-sorts of pulpish joy. I was concerned it would be too much like a Professor Jones adventure as it was similar to the beginning of the first movie. I’m happy t
Nicolas Gram
Dec 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I read Brina Williamson's Merona Grant and the Lost Tomb of Golgotha awhile back, and absolutely loved it. From the title and the cover, it reminded me of a good old fashioned adventure movie involving treasure hunting and dangerous escapades. The story did not disappoint!

The writing of the novel was superb, with it flowing so smooth I didn't want to stop turning pages. The characters within it were all intriguing, especially our favorite adventuress and her team, and they made for a lively and
Thomas Kropp
Nov 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
I loved this book! Full of action and adventure. The only negative I found was two misspelled words. That is the reason it's 4 stars and not five. Otherwise it's a book I will cherish and love. Merona reminds me of Indiana Jones or Lara Croft. She is tough as nails, written in a believable way. The cast of characters that go with on her adventure are an interesting cadre of personalities and talents. I honestly can say I look forward to more books from this author. Please bring more of Merona Gr ...more
Todd Downing
Mar 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Pulp adventure on an epic scale!

Brina Williamson has taken the tropes, fun and flair of classic pulp adventure and turned the genre on its head, giving readers a rip-roaring ride without a lot of unnecessary baggage. Merona Grant is a compelling character in the great tradition of female action heroes, like an amalgam of Lara Croft and Marion Ravenwood - equal parts salty, sweet and down-to-business. The story is solid and fraught with danger, mayhem and plenty of action, the supporting cast an
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