A Short Story of Buried Gold and Naked Greed
Glen Swearingen is a retired photographer living in Denver, Colorado. He has a B.S. degree and experience in cancer research, guided missile electronics, retail sales management and photography. This, his 1st book, is based on a 5 year treasure hunt while living in the New Mexican desert
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