‘Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story’ by Pat Parish Offers New Take on Arizona’s Lost Dutchman Mine

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Prospectors seeking millions of dollars of gold may be seeking treasure in the wrong place

‘Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story’ by Pat Parish

This perennial Lost Dutchman story was too seductive for aspiring author Pat Parish to resist. In her new book, ‘Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story’, she explores the tangled trail of truth and fiction that is Dutchman Waltz’s legacy.

For over a century, treasure hunters have been captivated by accounts of Dutchman Jacob Waltz’s life and the whereabouts of his hidden gold mine. Far from dying out with the passage of time, the thirst for Waltz’s legendary treasure continues to this day.

This perennial Lost Dutchman story was too seductive for aspiring author Pat Parish to resist. In her new book, ‘Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story’, she explores the tangled trail of truth and fiction that is Dutchman Waltz’s legacy. Departing from the commonly accepted family friendly legend, Parish tells the tale of a man and his shadowy undiscovered partner who cheated, connived, manipulated, and murdered their way through the wicked old west, leaving a trail of blood, bodies and broken promises.

‘Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story’, Parish’s account of two men and millions of dollars of gold, is bound to keep readers on the edge of their seat.

‘Dutchman and the Devil’ is published by eBookIt.com and is available at all the major ebook retailers including Amazon, Apple, B&N, Sony, Ingram, and Kobo.

Author Pat Parish can be reached for interview at patparish1(at)gmail(dot)com or 800-939-7231

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