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James Rollins’ second book I read was “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull“. As for James Rollins, he is best known for writing action-adventure/thriller, mystery, and techno-thriller novels. The story begins with Indiana Jones and his accomplice being abducted by a group of Russian soldiers while excavating in Peru. Its leader, Colonel Irina Spalko who was a beautiful, intelligent but fierce warrior in KGB. What is their purpose?
This story took place in the 1800s. One dark day, a beautiful young woman was running along a deserted road with her six-year-old daughter. She was being chased by two police officers. Meanwhile, pushing the girl towards Aggie Winkovski, who was loading her hand cart with old rags, which was her daily job, begged her to protect her.
It all started with a heartbreaking murder. Alicia Berenson, a talented painter, shoots and killed her husband, famous fashion photographer Gabriel Berenson. When police arrived after a phone call by Barbie the next door woman, Gabriel was tied to a chair and shoot several times. Alicia was looking like a ghost, holding the gun and Gabriel’s blood was flowing.
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