In this Dirk Pitt novel, Pitt sets forth on a new adventure, long-lost cities in the Andes, fabulous hoards of Inca treasure and the international smuggling of stolen antiquities. The author also wrote "Sahara", "Raise the Titanic" and "Treasure".
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A desperate call for help from a stricken archaeological expedition brings Dirk Pitt to a sacred well high in the Andes. What he discovers as he attempts to rescue two divers lost in the perilous depths, leads him into deadly confrontation with a band of ruthless art-thieves, who plunder ancient sites for their precious artefacts.
Dirk Pitt's extraordinary adventures take him to the fabled Lost City of the Dead, lead him in search of a Spanish galleon washed miles inland by a giant tidal wave centuries before, and eventually set him on the trail of a fabulous hoard of Inca gold. But Pitt will need all his skills and tenacity simply to survive as he races to track down the sacred site – before the richest prize known to man is lost to the world forever…
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Book Description Simon & Schuster, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110002244756