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Book Review - City of Gold by Carolyn Arnold (Matthew Connor Adventure Series Book 1)

This book has everything, kidnap, murder, police investigation and the hunt for lost treasure.  A real page turner full of thrills and emotion with excellent descriptive writing and characters that jump out of the pages and come to life.
The story takes us on a rip roaring roller coaster of a ride through the jungle to find a hidden city of gold in order to save his girlfriend from a kidnapper.  A lot of research has obviously gone into this novel, I feel the story is a cross between the Indiana Jones stories and the old Tarzan adventures with a mythological creature and old fashioned defence mechanisms thrown in. 
The chapters are small and the story flows smoothly.  I think each reader will pick out their favourite character and will want them to succeed.
A riveting read for all adventures lovers who have an interest in history.  I enjoyed this book along with the authors other novels and anyone who likes adventure mystery and suspense will enjoy it too.

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