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In 1521, the Aztec treasure, considered to be the greatest ever assembled, vanished from the capitol city of Tenochtitlan. Almost five centuries later, former Navy SEAL Logan Dodge finds a mysterious gold coin off of a secret ledge in the Florida Keys. When he learns the origin of the coin, he goes on a mission to find and secure the treasure for the people of Mexico. 

But he’s not the only one who’s caught the scent of gold. A notorious Mexican drug cartel known as Black Venom is right on his heels and will stop at nothing to take the treasure for themselves. With the help of one of his old Navy buddies, a notorious mercenary, a beach bum Key West charter captain, and a marine geologist, Logan races to find the treasure and take down the drug cartel while he’s at it. 

Gold in the Keys is a shoot-‘em-up, beat-‘em-up, speedboat-chasing, get-the-girl, treasure-hunting romp in the Florida Keys.

©2017 Matthew Rief (P)2018 Matthew Rief

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Needs to work on terminology

First: There are no "ropes" in the marine world - we call them "Lines"- unless you are talking about Metal ropes/cables used in hoists or long term mooring, towing situations. There are no Floors in the marine world, they are called Decks. Walls are Bulkheads,ceilings are called Overheads and Steps are called stair towers or ladders. Maps are used by land forces - the Marine world uses Charts and Chart Plotters. And one more thing in Book 2 ((yes I tried one more of the series) - I don't know what a kind of a weapon a MAC 10 Uzi is. One of the Terrorists was using it on the Island - I always thought a MAC 10 was an American designed and built weapon while an Uzi was developed by Israeli - The two weapons don't even look similar nor do they have the same rate of fire. And I usually load "rounds" in to my magazines and often strip rounds from "clips" when loading magazines. Also in book one - I must of missed how they found out the name of the Spanish ship where the gold was... and what happened to Issac? After the first dive with the Geology Professor (who later studies Marine Bio - a real Renaissance Prof) and her research group. The first dive had 5 divers the second just three - Jack was accounted for as he remained onboard the boat but Issac just disappeared until he rode his bike home...And a RHIB (ridged Hull Inflatable Boat) like the ones used by the terrorists would sink if was deflated and with the hull riddled by bullets...And the use of one in rough water (in the Storm) is actually safer in most cases than a similar sized standard center console. And "backing off a beach" with a standard outboard motored boat is a great way to swamp the boat - I think most boat drivers would try and turn the boat around by hand near shore before getting in it to drive away...

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Simplistic and Unrealistic

This is not the quality of Thor, Taylor, Flynn, or Greaney - not even close. The story is rather bubble gum, the characters simplistic and lacking depth. It is a bit James Bondish with girls throwing themselves at Logan, he has all the money he needs, gets the gadgets ... This might be a good summer vacation beach book ... nothing all that suspenseful, moves along, unrealistic and generally entertaining.

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well written and engaging

I look forward to the next edition. I enjoyed the story and the narration

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searching for lost treasurr

loved it with more than enough suspense, you knew he would find the treasure but not what awaited in his path

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enjoyed

lots of action
good guy always wins
always good looking girls
nice setting and weather

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Keep you on the edge of your seat

First Matthew Rief Book for me enjoyed it tremendously good better whodunit scuba diving using tech tools to get the bad guys can’t wait to read the next

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Enjoyable

Action packed story line that’s takes place in paradise keeping you daydreaming as you go along

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Great Story

it was a great story but I think the narrator could you put a little more excitement into it. looking forward to listening too more books!!

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An Engaging Romp Through the Keys!

I love the Florida Keys and this adventure makes me long for a return visit soon! Adventure, intrigue, and treachery all in the back drop of paradise...I highly recommend this novel!!!

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don't bother

not mitch rapp or Scott Horvath. waste of my time. that's a few hours I'll never get back