Mad Dogs and Treasure Hunters
This is the fifth book by William White and the forth on treasure hunting. These stories represent new material never before seen in print and are gleaned from the archives of William's colorful past experiences. William White is the treasure hunters treasure hunter. He sets the standards by which other treasure hunters are measured. The reader will experience the thrill of the hunt as well as the hardships of the trail while reading William's books. If there is a treasure out there that has not yet been found you can bet that William White will be on the trail looking for it some time soon. Relax and make yourself comfortable when you begin reading this book. You are in for a remarkable reading experience; a journey into the world of treasure hunting while finding out about the scoundrels as well as the good guys who live and work there.
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