False Horizon (Rogue Angel, Book 29)

False Horizon (Rogue Angel, Book 29)

Alex Archer, Jon F. Merz

Language: English

Pages: 170

ISBN: 2:00307154

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A small Nepali man melts into shadows. A cutthroat crime lord is looking for a miraculous cure. And a map to an impossible dream and a mythic paradise is pointing the way.

Archaeologist Annja Creed is in Katmandu, awash in its scents, sounds and liveliness. But this is no sightseeing trip. An old friend is in possession of a map that leads to a place that lies outside our world. But the map is known to one other¿a vicious man who has Annja and her companions right where he wants them. Her hand forced, Annja sets out in search of the fabled Shangri-La¿an expedition of danger and subversion.

And her journey will end only with triumph...or tragedy.

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overpowering sensation that I have been here before.” “Is it possible this is your home?” Tuk looked at her. “I suppose it is, but the question then becomes, when did it stop being my home? And for what reason?” Annja shrugged. “Prava said we would find out when we got to the court. I take it there is someone we’re having an audience with.” “I gathered the same,” Tuk said. “To say I am beyond anxious would be a terrible understatement.” Annja nodded. “I know how you feel.” “Do you?” “I’m

not for me to reveal to you. I do not have that right.” The parade drew to a halt in front of the grand staircase and parted into two columns. Prava nodded at Tuk and Annja to proceed. “You must ascend the stairs and take your place in the royal court now.” Tuk glanced at Annja. “I guess we go on without them.” Annja nodded. “Seems that way. You nervous?” “I don’t know what I am, honestly. I seem to be caught in the sway of a number of emotions right now. I suppose the best way to resolve

Tsing has just finished another business meeting so I don’t think you’ll have to wait.” Annja felt the sudden sensation of her stomach dropping as the elevator shot skyward. Numbers flashed and she realized they were going much higher than she expected. At last the elevator dinged and the doors slid open. The goateed man nodded. “Out.” Annja and Mike stepped onto a plush red carpet that muffled their footsteps. The dim light made her squint to make out the massive pair of oak doors in front of

kept burning. Tuk’s nostrils flared in disgust. He hated everything about Tsing, and his preference for incense and anything vaguely mystical was in direct contrast to his barbaric ways. But one thing that Tsing insisted on helped Tuk and that was the low light. He faded into the shadows near a potted giant fern next to the massive oak doors and sidled up as close as he dared to the main entryway. This would make for a decent observation post. How long would he need to stay, though? The man on

kept burning. Tuk’s nostrils flared in disgust. He hated everything about Tsing, and his preference for incense and anything vaguely mystical was in direct contrast to his barbaric ways. But one thing that Tsing insisted on helped Tuk and that was the low light. He faded into the shadows near a potted giant fern next to the massive oak doors and sidled up as close as he dared to the main entryway. This would make for a decent observation post. How long would he need to stay, though? The man on

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