Many years later, the dreadnought's ravaged hulk, now lying on the river bottom near Montevideo, Uruguay, becomes of interest to the grandson of the ship's galley officer. Through a series of bizarre events, he has come upon some intriguing clues. This information leads him to believe that the ship was carrying something of immense value, and he is convinced that whatever it was could still be aboard the ill-fated vessel. He recruits a friend to help him dive down to the wreck and seek the treasure, but they soon find that they are not the only ones who seemingly know the ship's secret.
With a trail of speculation, intrigue, and murder, the ship's mysterious past draws the participants together for a final confrontation that will reveal the mystery sleeping restlessly beneath the turbulent waters.
©2003 Howard Hoyt Hilton; (P)2004 Books in Motion
I didn't expect a masterpiece but there are just two many historical and factual errors in Dreadnought's Curse to make it enjoyable. Add in a shallow predictable story and it is a waste of your listening time.
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