The Dorado Deception

The Dorado Deception

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Hidden beneath the dense canopy of a South American jungle is a discovery that will change history forever.

Jack Reilly travels to Colombia on behalf of his new employer, the Tactical Archaeological Command, a clandestine organization whose objective is to locate and, if necessary, protect historically valuable assets around the globe. The former Delta operator is sent to investigate the violent kidnapping of veteran TAC agent Lorenzo Matias. But this is more than just a missing person's case. Seconds before Matias was abducted, he sent an encrypted message to his and Jack's superiors back in the United States. It read, "El Dorado exists!"

The production of illicit narcotics has made Santiago Aguilar rich beyond his wildest dreams. Still, it isn't enough. The powerful drug lord longs for more. After acquiring a 500-year-old map drawn by a famous Spanish explorer, Aguilar refocuses his attention, and a large percentage of his fortune, on an expedition to uncover the grandest prize of them all, the lost City of Gold. But the legend isn't what it seems.

Those who find El Dorado never escape.

Title:The Dorado Deception
Edition Language:English
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    The Dorado Deception Reviews

  • Janet

    City of Gold is discovered in The Dorado DeceptionHaving taken the challenge to end his job as a park ranger to work for a new company called Tac, Jack Reilly finds himself in the rainforests of Colum...

  • Peggy Kindt

    Wow what a trip! Immerse yourself, but be prepared -- your going to the Amazon.The good always wins out in the end. The main characters came together nicely and had each other's back. Wonderfully acti...

  • Genette Schmeling

    Has El Dorado been found?Matt James, once again, draws us into the amazing world of his writing. Join Jack Reilly as he ventures into Colombia to discover if El Dorado is real. He must try to outwit a...

  • Teresa Cage

    Great ReadVery interesting interpretation of the El Dorado legends. I found it original and inventive. While I might not have gone in that direction, it did provide an exciting story to read. It was e...

  • Michael Chesler

    Is A Snake in The Grass An Asp? Or, A Grasp in The Ass A Goose?A fun ride through the jungle that brings mythology to light. A rip roaring fun house filled with terrors of the Amazon, even though they...

  • Robert Besserman

    They keep getting better and better.Very enjoyable reading. Lots of interesting twists and turn throughout the whole novel. You will enjoy reading this third episode of the Jack Reilly series. ...

  • Jan Bandich

    Preferred the Roosevelt Conspiracy by the same author, much better plotted and more interesting....

  • Nadeem

    Fun readAnother fun read from the author, I really enjoyed the mixing of history and fiction to give us a page turner. ...

  • Jan Davis

    AmazingA definite page turner all the way to end. You will enjoy this.I'm on to the next Matt James book! ...

  • Luiz Fraga

    Nice adventure! ...