Chains of Gold by John McKinna audiobook

Chains of Gold

By John McKinna
Read by Jamie Renell

Blackstone Publishing 9781645401162

The Ben Gannon Series: Book 4

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Greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and murder The Spanish galleon Arista sank in 1539 due to a storm and the heavy weight of its cargo. The ship had been carrying Aztec golden treasure: chains, goblets, plates, statues, lamps, ceremonial swords, bricks, bars, and coins, all of solid Aztec gold. Much of the gold, however, had been thrown overboard trying to save the ship. Having read a portion of its log, deep sea divers Ben Gannon and Eugene McCluskey were convinced by the descendants of the ship’s owner to recover it and its bounty. When the treasure proved to be illusive, the job became treacherous with twists and turns that include greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and murder.

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Summary

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Greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and murder

The Spanish galleon Arista sank in 1539 due to a storm and the heavy weight of its cargo. The ship had been carrying Aztec golden treasure: chains, goblets, plates, statues, lamps, ceremonial swords, bricks, bars, and coins, all of solid Aztec gold. Much of the gold, however, had been thrown overboard trying to save the ship.

Having read a portion of its log, deep sea divers Ben Gannon and Eugene McCluskey were convinced by the descendants of the ship’s owner to recover it and its bounty. When the treasure proved to be illusive, the job became treacherous with twists and turns that include greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and murder.

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“McKinna has taken the adventure novel to the next level.” Jack DuBrul, New York Times bestselling author

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Author Bio: John McKinna

Author Bio: John McKinna

John McKinna, before his untimely death in 2016, was an underwater technical supervisor and operations manager, responsible for overseeing upkeep of the main structure and support systems of the Key Largo Undersea Park, home of Jules’ Undersea Lodge. A former offshore commercial diver, he was also a musician and an internationally known novelist. He was an avid free-diver and cruising sailor.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 12.27
Audience: Adult
Language: English