[Ebook] Crown of Serpents By Michael J. Karpovage – Thomashillier.co.uk

Crown of Serpents With The Discovery Of A Campaign Journal From An American Revolutionary War Officer Who Fought Against The Iroquois Indians, The U.S Army Calls In Their Top Field Historian To Assess Its Contents Jake Tununda, Combat Vet, Half Seneca Indian, And Freemason Is Stunned When He Gleans From The Journal S Cryptic Masonic Passages Clues To The Location Of An Ancient Shaman S Crown Once Protected By The White Deer Society, A Secret Cult Of His Forefathers Jake Soon Realizes Why His Ancestors History Was Best Kept Buried And Why Peaceful, Rural Central New York S Finger Lakes Region Can Be Deadlier Than Any Battlefield He Had Ever Faced Crown Of Serpents, A Mystery Thriller Set In The Former Heartland Of The Iroquois Empire, Takes Jake On A Fast Paced Hunt To Find The Elusive Crown And Protect It He Teams Up With Rae Hart, An Alluring State Police Investigator, As They Snake Their Way Across A Politically Turbulent Landscape Marked With Murder, Arson, Lies, And Deceit Deciphering Codes, Digging Up War Loot, And Fending Off The Henchmen Of Billionaire Alex Nero, A Ruthless Indian Casino Magnate, Jake And Rae S Survival Skills Are Put To The Test The Clues To The Crown Ultimately Lead Them Deep Within Sacred Indian Caves Hidden Under The Abandoned Seneca Army Depot Where The Magnitude Of The Crown S Power Is Revealed.


10 thoughts on “Crown of Serpents

  1. says:

    Masonic fiction is hard to come by, and good Masonic fiction even harder, but Karpovage has delivered both in Crown of Serpents Beyond the fact that it exists as a Masonic fiction, the book is a fun and exciting read and delivers on every level.


  2. says:

    The following reviews have been added by author Michael Karpovage from his website www.karpovagecreative.com Crown of Serpents is a bombshell of a book Starring Jake Tununda, special forces officer turned field historian, it is a suspenseful mystery and high fueled adventure all wrapped in one The action never stops as the hero attempts to foil a corrupt, power seeking Indian casino owner from obtaining an ancient Iroquois relic that would make him invincible Precise maps and historic manuscripts help lend credence to a compelling scavenger hunt that burns across the reservations of Western New York If a major studio hasn t turned this book into a summer movie release, they d better get on the stick William P Robertson, Bucktail novelist Karpovage crafts a story rich in intrigue, history, folklore, and the mystery of the white deer His myriad of subplots and personalities keeps the reader entranced and on edge, begging for Dennis Money, Chairman, Seneca White Deer, Inc., Canandaigua, NY I just finished the book and Wow I don t want to say too much and ruin it for those who will be reading Crown of Serpents by giving away the details and twists and turns What a fascinating and thrilling book I loved it Folks, ...


  3. says:

    Climbing down a hole to find a dead body that leads to the adventure of a lifetime is not what U.S Army Major Robert Jake Tununda had planned After twenty years of service and a chest full of metals he was looking forward to his new position with MHI or the Army s Military History Institute as a way to follow his passion of military history with out risking his life on a daily basis, or so he thought.But the body found in the well leads to the uncovering of the truth about a sacred herd of white deer confined in the fences of an abandoned Seneca Army Depot, a lake that never gives up its dead or its secrets, and the combining of the freemasons and the hunt for a ancient Indian crown of unknown power.Jake must find the answers to the location of the Crown of Serpents before Alex Nero, ruthless billionaire who is dying to control the crown gets there first Jake soon fi...


  4. says:

    Plot Army Major Jake Tununda is on his wa to an appointment when an emergency call is picked up on his portable police scanner GPS coordinates read out by the dispatcher indicate he s very close to the scene So, he stops to give aid Little does Jake know he s about to become involved in something much deepera plot involving the Free Masons, a Native American secret society, and a politically powerful fellow tribesman bent on gaining even pose It all centers around a tidal legend and the torture and death of a revolutionary war soldier a true event that s never really been explained satisfactorily.This is a first novel, self published and I had a heck of a time finding a copy in my local libraries It s been on my to read list for a good couple years now I have no idea how I found out about it, but I m glad I did Secret societies, family secrets, loads of action, treasure huntingwhat s not to like Some of the writing seemed a bit forced Some of the plot points were wrapped up a...


  5. says:

    Who would think there was a connections between our American Indians and Masons This book is a great casual read to enjoy during fall afternoons and evenings.This book is derived from honest roots from the American Revolutionary War and the masonic connections between American Officer Boyd, British Officer Butler and American Indian Chief Brant Half Seneca Indian Jake Tununda tries to rescue a local who fell into an ancient Indian gravesite A button with a white deer holding a snake inside it is found and kicks off a series of events to recover the Crown of Serpents.I loved learning about current Indian dynamics, politics and relationships Enter a ruthless and dying Alex Nero, an evil Casino owner who keeps a secret stash of old and new scalps hidden under this lair and you have the making of murder, arson and dishonesty.Now this is not the best written book I have ever read but I like it anyway Jake is great guy and is pure of heart I became tired of th...


  6. says:

    If your into Native American culture like i am then i definitely think that u would enjoy this book You would definitely enjoy this if your a mason who likes and enjoys native american culture or if your just a mason in general This book is definitely to be considered in the category of page turners for sure There were times that i found it quiet hard to book this book down and even if i had to put it down it sucked The main characters are well built and seem to have a moral compass about them which helps as u read along Oddly enough i found out about this book through a FB recommendation on a side link to either the website for this book or the website for the author a gentleman named Michael Korpovage At first you might think that this might be an odd book due to the odd looking cover which has an image of a native american man w...


  7. says:

    Extremely interesting historical novelKarpovage did a remarkable job weaving historical data and mythology into a story I could barely put down, even to sleep I know nothing about the Freemasons other than many men in the war for independence were members and some of their symbols appear on U.S.currency This lack of knowledge was not a problem in reading or understanding the book I l...


  8. says:

    Major Robert Jake Tununda goes to the aid of a man who fell into a well and begins a life changing experience Jake is a combat vet, field historian and half Seneca Indian Unfortunately the man did not survive, but he had stumbled onto an old Indian burial site Jake is then called to assess a new find the campaign journal from an American Revolutionary War officer who fought against the Iroquois Indians Masonic passages and other clues lead Jake and state police officer Rae Hart on a...


  9. says:

    Having lived on the Navajo Reservation for years and meeting and reading everything by Hillerman, I was wary of this book The cover caught my attention and my two great loves, Freemasonry and Indian Culture, led me to buy the book for my Kindle The book is the proverbial page turnerbut with so much The history, culture and entwined historical fiction really gives the book meat while providing dessert The book will leave the reader with the sudden urge to explore the Finger Lakes Alex Ne...


  10. says:

    A modern suspense novel interweaving the story of the Native Americans during the various British American wars with a modern day Military man The interwoven story makes much sense when you realize that the military man is also Native American and a historian.We have the bad Indian who is trying to take...