Monday, March 30, 2020

Treasure Fever: New Release from California Author James B. McPike

What: Treasure Fever
Who: James B. McPike 
When: Get it now on AMAZON

What People Are Saying: 

“A brilliant blend of Dan Brown and National Treasure, McPike’s latest is the escape you need in today’s world. Put down your tired thriller and adventure fiction, because much like El Dorado, a real goldmine of a book is waiting for you in Treasure Fever.”

—Red City Review (5-stars)

“The character development is ingenious…there is a sort of James Bond-ish ending which is absolutely delightful.”
—Literary Titan

“McPike’s plot is imaginative and unpredictable.”
—Readers’ Favorite (5-stars)


Max Finley is an American spy tasked with tracking down an old flame responsible for the theft of a rare 16th century manuscript from Spain. Little does he know but she's hot on the trail of finding the long-lost city of El Dorado. A place of magnificent gold wealth left by the Inca Empire and pursued for centuries by treasure hunters abroad. 

But it’s also rumored to be cursed after expeditions were lost and explorers tragically perished. As Finley reluctantly joins her quest, he finds himself mixed up in a deadly game of international espionage and intrigue where the powers that be will do anything to stop him.

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About the Author 

Treasure Fever is McPike’s sixth novel. He wrote an acclaimed trilogy about an Israeli investigator on a mission to solve biblical mysteries before that. His books have been the recipients of numerous literary awards, including the Pacific Book Award and the Beverly Hills Book Award for The Lost Prophet. In 1998 he was recognized with an Honorable Mention for the William Saroyan San Joaquin Valley Writing Contest. He lives near Yosemite, California and is a member of the International Thriller Writers. Readers can reach him at or follow him on his Twitter page @JMcPikeAuthor

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