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Alexander the Great was one of the most successful military leaders of all time, conquering vast realms from Syria, to Persia, and as far east as Taxila, India.

In the process, he stripped his enemies of their immense riches. By the time of his death, he had accumulated the greatest wealth on Earth.

Legend has it, fearing assassination, Alexander had his gold minted into Gold Staters, coins bearing his likeness, before having his most trusted men transport them to a secret location.

Afterwards, to preserve his secret, Alexander had these men poisoned to death.

No sign of Alexander’s treasure was ever discovered.

Now Sam and Tom are on the hunt to find it, and there is much more at stake than mere wealth...

©2020 Christopher Cartwright (P)2021 Christopher Cartwright

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