Tomb of the Ten Thousand Dead (Google eBook)
Before Indiana Jones and the Lost Ark were even a gleam in Spielberg’s eye, one intrepid pilot flew out of the sky in search of treasure . . . only to find a bit of hell on earth.
Captain Gordon lives like he flies—by the seat of his pants, taking on any job and all comers. Now he’s bound for the forbidding mountains along the shores of the Arabian Sea, transporting a team of anthropologists on the trail of Alexander the Great. But ancient history is about to come to dangerous life with the discovery of a long-buried map—a map leading to high adventure, untold treasure, and cold-blooded murder. . . .
Gordon’s headed deep into The Tomb of the Ten Thousand Dead—unearthing a secret that could bury him.
Not only was Hubbard steeped in the history of the ancient world, he was also an avid adventurer—both in his own right and as a respected member of the famed Explorers Club. As such, he brought a wealth of insight, experience and authenticity to all his tales of adventure.
Also includes two additional adventures: The Price of a Hat, in which the key to the Russian Czar’s life is hidden in a most unexpected place, and Starch and Stripes, the story of a U.S. Marine who sets a trap for a tropical warlord that reverberates all the way back to Washington.
“An exciting story told at a brisk clip, with characters and dialogue that keep readers glued to the page: Hubbard at his best.” —Booklist
* An International Book Awards Winner
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Review: Tomb of the Ten Thousand DeadUser Review - Verbear - Goodreads
I won this book through a GoodReads Giveaway. I was intrigued by this re-issue, especially because I've only heard of L. Ron Hubbard in context of Scientology. I wanted to see what he was like as a ... Read full review
Review: Tomb of the Ten Thousand DeadUser Review - Angela - Goodreads
I won this book as a Goodreads giveaway. These stories should have been longer. It seems like in all three the whole book was setup, and then the development and conclusion all in the last three pages ... Read full review