Cave of the Inca Re (#01 in Parker Twins Mysteries Series)
This fast-paced mystery is well-served by the author's missionary-kid experiences growing up in South America. Jenny and Justin Parker's adventures in Bolivia are filled with fascinating details of modern-day people and places, along with Incan history and culture, which adds...
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This fast-paced mystery is well-served by the author's missionary-kid experiences growing up in South America. Jenny and Justin Parker's adventures in Bolivia are filled with fascinating details of modern-day people and places, along with Incan history and culture, which adds authenticity beyond what's typical of this genre.
Traveling with their uncle to Bolivia sounded like a lot of fun to 13-year-old twins Jenny and Justin Parker. When they get tangled up with some smugglers, however, the twins' only escape may be the cursed Cave of Inca Re.
The Cave of the Inca Re is cursed. Anyone who goes in comes out completely crazy . . . if they come out at all.Traveling with their uncle to Bolivia sounded awesome to 13-year-old twins Jenny and Justin Parker. But when they discover some greedy smugglers, the twins find themselves in a deadly situation where their only escape is the dangerous Cave of the Inca Re.Is God strong enough to save them from the curse?aPage turning, action-packed adventure. These books are cool!a aBill Myers author of Forbidden DoorsaI never knew what was going to happen. I kept leaning forward as I read, waiting to turn the page.a aJonathan, age 13Jeanette Windle has spent most of her life in South America, where she canoed in jungle rivers, hiked the steep Andes mountain trails, and swung from vines off cliffs into huge pools of water below. She and her familyahusband, Marty and four kids, ages nine to eighteenanow live in Miami, Florida.
As the child of missionary parents, award-winning author and journalist Jeanette Windle grew up in the rural villages, jungles, and mountains of Colombia, which are now guerrilla hot zones. Described as a "top notch storyteller" by "Publishers Weekly", Jeanette's detailed writing is so realistic and carefully researched that government agencies have questioned her to determine if she has received classified information. Currently based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Jeanette has lived in six countries and has traveled extensively on five continents. She has fifteen books in print, including the p