Jonathan Dougherty is a man without a home, without belongings. A private man, a loner. He is also a man for hire. Driven by an inner determination to right wrongs, he has dedicated his life to finding lost and stolen items, and returning them to their rightful owners.
Jonathan Dougherty is the Retriever.
Drawn into the murky world of illicit antiques, lorded over by an unscrupulous and ruthless collector, Jonathan comes face to face with his own mysterious past, and discovers that his fate is forever tied to a lost Inca treasure.
Forced into a remote South American jungle in search of the greatest treasure in history, Jonathan soon realizes that rediscovering the lost gold not only means uncovering his past, but that his very life depends on it.
From the author of Darwin's Race, The Retriever is an action-packed thriller filled with international locales, razor-sharp action, and a real-life lost history. Part James Bond, part Indiana Jones, The Retriever is at once a compelling new hero and a thriller sure to please fans of James Rollins, Steve Alten, Dougles Preston, Lincoln Child and Clive Cussler.
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- Brian Ullmann, May 2011
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