National Geographic’s ‘Lost Cities, Ancient Tombs’ is a Must Have for Every Armchair Adventurer [REVIEW]

King Tut's golden tomb in Egypt
King Tut’s golden tomb in Egypt (Photo courtesy Canva)

Ever since I was a boy sitting in a darkened cinema watching Indiana Jones scramble to find some ancient artifact, I have been fascinated by archaeology. After all, who wouldn’t want to unearth a fabled treasure that is thousands of years old? Indy made it all seem so glamorous and exciting (barring ancient curses, of course). But all of that was make believe. Over the years, however, real life adventurers have found authentic relics shrouded in even more mystery and lore than those on the silver screen, which is even more titillating. Now, National Geographic has compiled a volume covering 100 of these amazing discoveries in their new book, Lost Cities, Ancient Treasures, and we are sure you’re going to love it!

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Intrigue, Suspense, and History Abound in Preston and Child’s ‘The Scorpion’s Tail’ [REVIEW]

Archaeologist Nora Kelly helps the FBI with a mysterious case in Preston & Childs The Scorpion’s Tail. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A creepy ghost town. A mysterious mummy. A case that is much more than it seems. When a junior FBI agent and an archaeologist join forces to crack a case in the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, they come face to face with history, obsession, and death in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s second Nora Kelly thriller, The Scorpion’s Tail.

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