by Robert Cooke
Publisher: Smashwords 2016
Number of pages: 173
A struggling actor embarks on an unwise adventure into the Peruvian wilderness in search of a hidden Inca temple. His need to escape 'real life' sees him negotiating the towering Andes and sprawling Amazon basin, fending for himself in a land growing more dangerous by the minute. Alone in the wild he is left with ample time to contemplate why he ever thought it was a good idea.
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