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Perilous Treasure

Jack Turner Suspense Series, Book 4
By: Dan Walsh
Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
Series: Jack Turner Suspense Series, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 44 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Young history Professor Jack Turner is settling into his new position at Culpepper University when he gets a surprise visit from his friend, Police Sgt. Joe Boyd. Joe has started a new hobby, a fun pastime that's also helping him lose some weight: metal detecting. Joe asks if he can do this on Jack's lakefront property, which includes more than a dozen acres of woods. Intrigued by a hobby that combines physical exercise and Jack's love of history, Jack asks to tag along. 

Neither man has any idea that this seemingly harmless hobby will cause their paths to cross with a 70-year-old mystery involving tragedy, smuggling, multiple murders, and stolen Nazi loot. 

It's just an innocent hobby, Jack tells his wife, Rachel. Really, what could go wrong?

©2018 Dan Walsh (P)2019 Tantor

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Love Love Love this series!

I can't wait for the next book to come out. The history lesson that's embedded in these stories is just amazing. The Narrator does such a good job. Highly recommend this series.

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Yep, loved it!

If Dan Walsh writes it, we listen to it! We love the Jack Turner books. This one was especially good. We enjoyed the history aspect of this, plus there were lots of questions about lost treasure and who owns it. We highly recommend this book and eagerly await another journey into the life of Jack!