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by Warren Glenn Calhoun

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Author:
Warren Glenn Calhoun
ISBN13:
978-0738842226
ISBN:
0738842222
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Publisher:
Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (July 1, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Thrillers & Suspense
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1584 kb
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by Warren Glenn Calhoun. In 1974, the young world traveler Blake Right finds a classified document that indicates The Triangle, as he suspects it is called, is an insidious organization capable of universal domination

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Unfortunately, no practising book artists exist in Timbuktu although cultural memory of book artisans is still alive, catering to the tourist trade.

Factdate August 2007 Only three other Europeans reached the city before 1890: Heinrich Barth in 1853 and the German Oskar Lenz with the Spanish Cristobal Benítez in 1880. Unfortunately, no practising book artists exist in Timbuktu although cultural memory of book artisans is still alive, catering to the tourist trade.

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What dark secrets are protected by the searing heat and reverse mirages of the Sahara known as The Triangular Void, the Bermuda Triangle of Africa, near the mysterious city of Timbuktu? Why is the powerful Delegation determined to stop Blake Right from finding the 1825 Timbuktu Mission Journal?