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Digger’s Bones by Paul Keefe is an archeological thriller/mystery. Digger’s Bones is the story of a previously disgraced archeologist – Angie Cooper – who sets out to discover a find that many people want to keep a secret. Before he is shot to death in a coffee shop, a friend of Angie’s – Tarek "Digger" Rashid – tells her that a mutual archeologist friend of theirs is dead and she needs to go to a place they had been before to find out more about it.
This brief encounter begins an adventure that will take Angie and some “friends” to several countries. In the course of travels, they will come in contact with many people both good and bad.
The book is fast paced and full of action. Except for some (in my opinion) unnecessary vulgar language and a one paragraph “gratuitous sex scene”, I feel the book was well written and very enjoyable. There are many plot twists that keep the reader guessing till the very end.
There is a kind of an “Indiana Jones” and “DaVinci Code” feeling to the book.
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