Sam’s dream job awaits in the jungle, but so does a dangerous secret; Will her first adventure be her last?
When geologist Sam Harris finishes university, she is determined to make her mark in a man’s world. But exploration roles are hard to come by. Desperate for her first job, Sam accepts a contract with Mike Morton, a dodgy entrepreneur, searching for gold in the remote rainforests of Sierramar.
Sam soon questions her decision, as she struggles with a violent colleague, and living conditions in the field. But everything changes when she photographs some Inca steps hidden deep within the jungle, which may lead to an ancient archaeological site.
Mike sends her back to the site to search for artefacts with a drunken historian. But rumours about priceless Inca relics have spread among their team, and Sam is deep in the jungle, far from help.
Can she trust her colleagues, or is one of them planning to take the fabled treasure for himself?
Fool's Gold is the first book in the complete Sam Harris Adventure series. If you like an exciting adventure in exotic lands, with realistic storylines and no modern technology, you’ll love this series.
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The first book in the Sam Harris Series sets the scene for the career of an unwilling heroine, who finds adventure in remote sites worldwide. Set in the late 1980s and 90s, the author examines themes such as women working in formerly male domains, and what constitutes a normal existence. The corruption and violence found in these sites adds to the peril and intrigue.
Sam’s home life provides a contrast to her adventures and feeds her need to escape. Her attachment to an unsuitable boyfriend is the thread running through her romantic life. Her attempts to break free provide an insight into her character.
Based on the real-life adventures of the author, the narratives have an authenticity that will connect with readers who enjoy adventure fiction set in remote settings with realistic scenarios.
This book is written in British English, so some of the spellings may be different to those you are used to. They are not typos. If you spot a genuine typo, please alert me to it, and I will fix immediately.