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Cacique: The Lost God of Hope

Arley J. Koran

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236 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.5in. x 0.8in.Enter the primitive atmosphere of the Chibchas Indians fromthe jungles of the Amazon forest, and learn why they had to resort to crime forself preservation. Stealing a priceless 16th century gold and emerald idol, theCacique, from the Museo de Oro, in Bolivia, Columbia, was the Indians lastgasp for recognition and survival in a world corrupt with drugs and artificialprogression. You will be amused, amazed, and impressed with Stan Stanton, at the risk of his own life, comes to the rescue of the artifact and a previouslover left to the sexual pleasure of drug lords. He proves that simple down toearth Pittsburgh, PA, know how, can iron out a lot of wrinkles in atroubled society. Join the parade of excitement, sensual exposure, andpolitical manipulation, as you march down the streets of internationaladventure. This is Stan Stanton at his best, as a likeable, loveable, witty, and unforgettable guy who will capture your exciting desire to be partof the Cacique adventure. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781410761163

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Title: Cacique: The Lost God of Hope

Publisher: 1st Book Library

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Hardcover

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Enter the primitive atmosphere of the Chibchas Indians fromthe jungles of the Amazon forest, and learn why they had to resort to crime forself preservation.Stealing a priceless 16th century gold and emerald idol, the'Cacique,' from the Museo de Oro, in Bolivia, Columbia, was the Indians lastgasp for recognition and survival in a world corrupt with drugs and artificialprogression.You will be amused, amazed, and impressed with Stan Stanton,at the risk of his own life, comes to the rescue of the artifact and a previouslover left to the sexual pleasure of drug lords. He proves that simple down toearth 'Pittsburgh, PA, know how,' can iron out a lot of wrinkles in atroubled society.Join the parade of excitement, sensual exposure, andpolitical manipulation, as you march down the streets of internationaladventure.This is Stan Stanton at his best, as a likeable, loveable,witty, and unforgettable guy who will capture your exciting desire to be partof the 'Cacique' adventure.'

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Born, raised, and educated as an architect in the Midwest,he now lives in Silver Spring, MD. Worldwide travels have exposed him todiverse cultures, lifestyles, and unique societies, which he shares with hisreaders in a rare writing style for adventurous reading and enjoyment.

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