Skaar The Year Is 1903 And Miss Cyrilia Hathaway Has Traveled Across Half The Globe From The Narrow Lanes Of Oxfordshire, England To The Shores Of The Caribbean Sea She Has Come To Central America To Learn The Secret Her Late Grandfather Discovered In The Remote Mayan Ruins Of Cop N, A Secret He Kept Hidden Even From Her.But Her Grandfather Was Not The Only One With Secrets, And Lia Hathaway Soon Finds Her Expedition Haunted By An Unseen Adversary Determined That She Will Never Reach The Ruined City.Accompanied By A Trio Of Unlikely Adventurers A Former Pinkerton Detective, A Disgraced Cavalry Officer, And A Local Guide Of Obscure Origins And Questionable Loyalties, Lia Embarks From Belize Town In A Battered Coasting Schooner With A Disreputable Captain And An Unsavory Crew Their Destination Is The Mouth Of A Jungle River That Will Lead Them Deep Into The Heart Of An Ancient Mystery.Guided Only By The Words Of Grandfather S Journal, Lia Leaves Behind All That She Has Known To Enter A World Of Startling Beauty And Unsuspected Danger It Was A Damn Good Thing That He D Come Along On This Little Picnic, Haskel Told Himself Miss H Was Pretty Capable For A Young Lady But Most Of What She Had Was Book Smarts And That Didn T Always Keep You Alive In A Place Like This If They Got Into A Scrape Out In The Jungle, Haskel Wasn T Betting They D Come Out Of It In One Piece With The Publication Of Skaar, Author Lee Brownell Introduces Us To A Most Remarkable Young Lady The Intelligent, Obstinate And Resourceful Cyrilia Hathaway Its Memorable Heroine And Richly Drawn Cast Of Characters Make Skaar A Delightful Discovery For Lovers Of Mystery, Travel, Adventure And Archaeology.

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  • ebook
  • 528 pages
  • Skaar
  • Rowland B. Reeve
  • English
  • 01 September 2017

10 thoughts on “Skaar

  1. says:

    This is a great book for just about everyone The story is pretty fast paced when it needs to be but takes its time when you want to slow down and get to know a character better The plot is not predictable I m so bored by books when I can figure out the whole story in the second chapter and there are lots of surprises and unexpected turns I love books that throw in some history and the author here is obviously very knowledgeable about the places and events The characters are well developed Thi...

  2. says:

    Extremely well written novel about the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy.

  3. says:

    A grand adventure and a fun read Skaar serves up a wonderful mix of mystery, adventure and archaeology reminiscent of Elizabeth Peters Its author is an archaeologist, and it shows The book is rich in detail with vivid descriptions of jungle villages and ruined cities It opens a fascinating window on the early years of Mayan archaeology, both its promise and its perils But it is the characters that truly make the novel a joy to read They are the kind of companions you want to have with you A grand adventure and a fun read Skaar serves up a wonderful mix of mystery, advent...

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