FEBRUARY 1, 2016
Adventure, archaeology, high-tech cyber spying, and mystery
mix to form a breathtaking, action-packed tale
MONGOLIA AND THE GOLDEN EAGLE
An Archaeological Mystery Thriller
Bradford G. Wheler
Cover Image by: el_tazp
Interior design by:
Lorie DeWorken, MindtheMargins
(from back of book)
Cyber security threats, high-tech spying, and Chinese agents mix in this ingenious and thrilling plot of full of twists and turns. Somewhere in spectacular snow capped Altai Mountains of western Mongolia there is a mysterious object that people are willing to kill for.
Readers will meet fascinating characters they’ll never forget: a high-tech billionaire, a quick-witted professor, his beautiful young assistant, a former sumo wrestler, a full-blooded Navajo Indian, and the people of Mongolia.
Date of publish: February 1, 2016
Date of publish: February 1, 2016
This assiduously researched, fast-paced novel brings archaeology and cyber espionage to life against the backdrop of the wild and rugged landscape of Mongolia, the land of Genghis Khan.
Along with riveting action, MONGOLIA AND THE GOLDEN EAGLE contains 27 illustrations and photos. Wheler draws on his own expertise in engineering, technology, and business to help readers feel that they are living the adventure.
Mixing the action of David Baldacci’s The Hit, the tech thrills of Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park, and the dialogue of Robert B. Parker’s Spenser novels, MONGOLIA AND THE GOLDEN EAGLE is a true pleasure to read.
BRADFORD G. WHELER is the former CEO, President and Co-owner of Allan Electric Company. He sold Allan Electric to a New York Stock Exchange listed company. After staying on as President during the transition, Brad retired.
He holds a BS and ME in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY as well as an MBA degree from Fordham University in New York, NY.rad, his wife, Julie, and their golden retriever Quincy live in Cazenovia, NY and Fort Pierce, FL.
MONGOLIA AND THE GOLDEN EAGLE is a project of BookCollaborative.com, which provides artists with a platform through which they can gain exposure and recognition.
BookCollaborative.com, founded by Bradford G. Wheler, is a collaborative service that assists a wide variety of artists to reach the public through the publication of collections of their works.Brad’s lifelong love of history, art, books, and the inherent humor in man’s nature led to the founding of BookCollaborative.com. Past releases include INCA’S DEATH CAVE An Archaeological Mystery Thriller; LOVE SAYINGS: wit & wisdom of romance, courtship, & marriage; GOLF SAYINGS: wit & wisdom of a good walk spoiled; CAT SAYINGS: wit & wisdom from the whiskered ones; HORSE SAYINGS: wit & wisdom straight from the horse’s mouth; DOG SAYINGS: wit & wisdom from man’s best friend; SNAPPY SAYINGS: wit & wisdom from the world’s greatest minds, and EIGHTEEN 6/10/71 The Poetry of John G. Hunter III.
The author must have put in a lot of comprehensive research. He also brings into the material his own knowledge of engineering, technology and business. The novel is a fast paced read that brings cyber spying and archaeology together in the wild and tough area of Mongolia, the land of Genghis Khan.This is a new mystery/thriller that has a lot of action with Cyber security threats, high tech spying and Chinese agents that brings a web that is woven with twists and turns every time you turn the page. Mr. Wheler puts the reader right there in Mongolia and living the mystery and suspense. The book contains 27 pictures which helps the reader picture the scenes and live the adventure. For some reason people are willing to kill for an object that is in the snow capped Altai Mountains of western Mongolia. What is the object? Why is it so important people are willing to kill for.? The author developed the characters in a way that the reader becomes a part of their life. There is such a wide range of characters. I found this book very interesting and exciting to read.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Bradford G. Wheler for my unbiased review. No other compensation took place.
I would give this book 4 STARS.