By Alex Archer, Mel Odom
A few say they're a cursed humans. yet those that try and locate them should be simply as unlucky... engaged on a dig at the southern coast of India, the very last thing Annja Creed expects is to be hit via a tsunami. Or to strike archaeological gold. yet that's precisely what occurs whilst a number of gadgets wash ashore within the storm.The relics hold strange markings that trace at a mythical urban. serious about the possibility of studying a tradition believed misplaced to civilization, Annja embarks on a dangerous trip deep into the guts of danger.
She learns of a mysterious artifact that may supply clues to the whereabouts of the misplaced urban, this means that hiking via an inhospitable jungle and forbidding terrain. yet nature's denizens and dying traps should not the single threats: another person can be pursuing the prize. simply as Annja's grail comes into view, she needs to thrust back an excellent higher evil. simply because deep within the Nilgiris mountains is a race of people who the realm forgot.
And they don't like strangers.
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Does that make a distinction? ” “No. simply an statement. frequently the IMB permits the coast safeguard or the Indian military to address investigations like this. ” “Special case,” Fleet stated. Singh touched his personal nostril. “You might be cautious out within the solar. ” “I understand. ” Fleet took the identification again. “My workplace known as to inform you i used to be coming. ” Singh nodded. “They did. What may possibly I do for you, Agent Fleet? Your place of work didn’t inform me what it was once you sought after. ” “You can simply name me Fleet. ” “Of direction. ” Singh waited patiently. Fleet positioned his identity away and took a folded printout from his pocket. “You obtained a gunshot sufferer the day gone by. ” Singh held up 4 palms. “I obtained 4. possibly you need to make clear. ” “A girl. ” Fleet spread out the paper exhibiting identical to the lady who’d been shot within the head with the . 357 Magnum. “DOUG MORRELL. ” “You sound fairly chipper for someone who’s speculated to be grieving over me,” Annja declared as she sat within the passenger seat of the DragonTech safeguard helicopter. the luxury cabin used to be soundproofed adequate that she can make the telephone name with no being drowned out by way of the rotorwash. there has been a pause. Then Doug’s voice grew to become offended. “Who is that this? How dare you name in and declare to be Annja Creed, may well God leisure her soul? ” Annja counted to 3. It was once the easiest she may well deal with. “Doug, it’s me. ” Anguish—fake and syrupy to the ears of somebody who really knew him—filled his phrases. “Oh, God. You ailing, pathetic individual. Annja Creed was once the best associates I’ve ever had. ” “I’m. no longer. Dead,” Annja acknowledged calmly. The fierce tone in her voice drew the eye of the archaeology scholars seated round her. the various protection team’s heads became, to boot. “Why don’t you return down right here and tear the guts correct out of my chest? ” Doug wailed. “And stomp on it? ” Annja didn’t understand what to claim to that. “Are you shut adequate to come back down right here? ” Doug requested. “I’m nonetheless in India. ” “Good,” Doug whispered. “Stay there. remain out of sight. ” “What? ” “I’ll name you in a couple of minutes. ” Doug hung up. no longer believing what had simply occurred, Annja took the telephone from her face and stared at it. She closed it and attempted Garin’s quantity back. “Hello,” Garin replied. Annja was once stunned to find how relieved she was once. The sword certain them and she or he knew so long as Roux, Garin and he or she lived that they might have a few connection to one another. “You’re nonetheless alive. ” She attempted to sound impartial, as though they have been discussing the elements. “I am. Are you cheerful approximately it? Or disenchanted? ” “Disappointed. ” “You don’t lie rather well. ” “I lie simply tremendous. ” Annja bristled at his self belief. She leaned again within the govt chair and stared down on the jungle lower than. They hugged the beach as they flew towards Kanyakumari. “Maybe to another individual. Why did you name? ” The query stuck Annja suddenly. She’d referred to as simply because she desired to understand how he was once, yet she didn’t wish him to understand that. “I didn’t understand if I’d thanked you for using the helicopter,” she acknowledged weakly. “You did. And thanks for calling to envision on me.