High Adventure in the Andes in the New Book "Lava of the Gods" by Mark Leaghland

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Mark Leaghland, author of Lava of the Gods, is not afraid to take the power of Mother Nature and turn it into an exciting, fast paced thriller. Spanning 500 years, this book will take you on a roller-coaster ride through South America. Lava of the Gods will certainly satisfy your thirst for adventure.

Mark Leaghland, author of Lava of the Gods, is not afraid to take the power of Mother Nature and turn it into an exciting, fast paced thriller. Spanning 500 years, this book will take you on a roller-coaster ride through South America. Lava of the Gods will certainly satisfy your thirst for adventure.

When a construction team, laying a new road in Southern Peru, unearths one of the most exciting archaeological sites to be found in decades the hunt for priceless treasure is on. But when a volcano unexpectedly erupts, the resulting devastation reveals secrets that have been buried for centuries leading to a violent confrontation between government forces, professional gold hunters and locals who feel that they have ancient rights to the treasure.

In the meantime, Greg Kent, the Construction Manager, is falling in love, uncovering International drug dealing and planning a journey of a lifetime. He had known the project was not going to be easy but even he had no idea of how complex his life was about to become.

Like all good stories Lava of the Gods keeps you riveted until the last page and its unexpected twist-in-the-tale.

Mark Leaghland who was born and raised in Harrow, North London has lived and worked all over the World including Africa, Asia, China and the West Indies. He has two other published novels, Almost Scarlet (ISBN 1-8575-6289-5) and Road to the Aisle (ISBN 1-4120-4071-X).

He now divides his time between the United Kingdom and the South of Spain where he is putting the finishing touches to his fourth novel.

Lava of the Gods ISBN 1-905597-01-0. For electronic review copies and author interviews contact Moyhill Publishing at 00 34 678 574 526. http://www.moyhill.com.

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