Mysterious events, the search for Montezuma’s treasure, a good-looking rogue, and family secrets! How important is it to learn about our parentage? Will it make a difference in one’s life and the choices we make? To April, it makes a big difference.
When a leather parchment of Montezuma’s map is found in great-grandfather Evans’ old chest, April and the twins know this summer is going to be a memorable one. The girls want to search for it but their father is against it for some mysterious reason. With Julia’s help, she and the girls convince John to go on a treasure hunt. Is Montezuma’s treasure a legend or reality? Whatever the case, John insists on keeping their little treasure hunt a secret. If certain people find out about it, the family could be in danger.
“In the latest book by Linda Weaver Clarke, Montezuma Intrigue, the mysteries continue as this author entrances us with life-like characters and electrifying adventures. The search for Montezuma’s treasure is both exciting and memorable. I enjoyed the adventure and suspense in her latest novel, which kept me reading well into the night.” -Suko’s Notebook
While searching for Montezuma’s treasure, Matthew is trying to get the courage to tell April how he feels about her. How does he tell his kindred friend that she means more to him than just a friend? Oblivious of Matthew’s feelings for her, April is gradually learning the importance of her heritage. Who were her ancestors and why has the family kept a certain “secret” all these years? Will learning about her parentage change her perspective about life? This mystery series includes Anasazi Intrigue, Mayan Intrigue, and Montezuma Intrigue.
“Montezuma Intrigue” (ISBN: 978-1481266925, 2nd edition, Red Mountain Shadows Publishing). For more information, visit www.lindaweaverclarke.com.