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Sheba's Treasure

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He had come to Africa to find solace. Instead, he found more danger and adventure than he’d bargained for. Wanting to distance himself from the painful deaths of two friends, Sam Carter purchases a motorcycle and sets out through the African bush, thinking to find peace and solace. But when he runs into an old acquaintance, Alice Peterson, the trouble begins, throwing them ...more
Kindle Edition, 302 pages
Published July 18th 2018
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David Lucero
Oct 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!

Sam Carter has demons he needs to put to rest, and chooses to do this by venturing solo across North Africa on a motorcycle. He needs to get as far from his past as possible in order to move forward. Seems like a good plan, until things go wrong.

Traveling through Ethiopia, he bumps into a female friend of his past who turns out to be carrying an ancient gold scarab. How did she get this? She has no idea, but people are hell-bent determined to take it fro
Jul 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Another great book by this amazing author! Sheba's Treasure is based on one of the characters from the Decker and Callie books. I like how she broke one of the characters out in their own book so that we could get to know the character more while getting an accidental adventure along the way. I would definitely recommend to anyone one who has a sense of adventure in to places you may never see! ...more
Dec 02, 2019 rated it it was ok
I'm finding this difficult to read given the number of errors I've found so far. It does seem as though some American colloquialisms may be used, which doesn't allow for an international audience (eg bronc, which I've never heard of, is shorter version of bronco). I am more than used to differences in spelling or some phrases (eg couple hours v couple of hours), but some phrasing here has me confused. Thankfully the storyline is starting to pick up so I'll stick with it for a while longer.

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Jena Henry
Jul 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I first learned of the enthralling story of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon in Sunday School. In high school, I read King Solomon's Mines. Written in 1885 by the English Victorian adventure writer Sir H. Rider Haggard, this story of an ancient civilization in unexplored Africa stirred the world’s imagination.

And now we readers who enjoy the invigorating blend of adventure and timeless mysteries have a more modern and intimate version of this exciting story of Sheba to savor. If you are a fan
Chris Pridmore
Nov 07, 2018 rated it liked it
I was supplied a free copy of this book and have decided to review.

Sheba’s Treasure is an action adventure story, an off shoot of K.D. McNiven’s Decker and Callie Adventure series. It follows on from Shark Eater, charting the adventures of one of the side characters, Sam Carter, and his journey to reconcile his life after some traumatic events. McNiven attempts to develop the character of Sam, although he does come across as a little bit cliché at times. There are also a few other characters who
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