Atlantis Stolen
Atlantis Stolen

Year of publication: 2016
Sequence of author: Sam reilly(№1)
Keywords: Action & Adventure Atlantis Genre Fiction Historical Mysteries Literature & Fiction Maritime Adventure Sea Adventures Sea Stories

Atlantis Stolen

Christopher Cartwright

Thriller, Adventure

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Christopher Cartwright Atlantis Stolen Thanks very much to Cheryl my editor, and Kris, my beta-reader! Prologue Dutch Trading Post, 1638. The barren winter landscape was desolate in its beauty. While the sun approached its zenith, it did little to stop the cold stinging his weather-worn face while he worked. Albert Olsen filled his bucket with another shovel of sludge and then turned to climb the slippery crest of the muddy bank. Once on the ridge, he didn’t have far to walk before he could dump its contents down the other side. From there, Olsen saw the other islands. A strange mixture of mud and ice stood surrounded by a river whose partially frozen mouth looked as wide as an ocean when it thawed. Not that he paid much attention to any of it as he returned to fill yet another bucket. It was strenuous and tediously boring work, but it needed to be done so the boats could survive. And if they didn’t, the little outcrop certainly...