In the Korean War, S. Korean soldiers unearth the ancient Silla treasure containing billions of dollars worth of precious stones, gold, and a crown worth millions. Some of the soldiers under strict secrecy smuggle the treasure to the U.S. Fifty years later the secret is out. People begin to die giving up information on where the treasure is kept. The S. Korean government wants the treasure back. Psychopathic killers appear and steal the treasure. The Harriet Roth Investigative Agency is hired to seek out the culprits and recover the treasure for the Korean group of soldiers who smuggled the treasure. All very hush-hush. R.M. Morgan is a modern-day Mickey Spillane as he carefully and skillfully makes the treasure hunt a fantastic journey for the reader.
An ending you won't see coming.
About R. M. Morgan (Orange County, California Author)
R. M. Morgan was born and raised in the mountains of North Carolina. He writes about the history and character of that region using the Murder/Mystery genre. Last Train to Danville is the second in an interconnected series of stories following Harriett Roth (the master sleuth) and Don Gannon (her righthand man and teller of the stories). R. M. Morgan gives the reader a whodunit, seeking to ease their frustration with daily snags and tribulations of the workaday life. The perfect read entails curling up in a comfortable chair with a mystery, solving a puzzle, identifying and running down a cunning villain. A good mystery challenges the reader: can they solve the enigma before the detective? Currently, he lives in Southern California with his wife and a son.