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Fiction
Author: Greg Lewbart
ISBN: 1575240793
Subcategory: United States
Pages 200 pages
Publisher Krieger Pub Co; Original ed edition (January 2000)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 226
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eBook Pavilion Key: Isle of Buried Treasure download

by Greg Lewbart


This time the story takes Hal to Pavilion Key which lies at the Pavilion Key: Isle of Buried Treasure continues the saga of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Officer Hal Noble, who once again finds himself pitted against corrupt individuals-their greedy plans could seriously affect one of the most endangered reptiles on earth, the Kemp's ridley sea. turtle. This time the story takes Hal to Pavilion Key which lies at the leading edge of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands.

Pavilion Key, like Greg Lewbart’s first novel, Ivory Hunters, weaves sharply drawn characters with classic mystery plots while touching on such important and timely topics as natural history, ecology, and conservation. Mystery lovers, nature buffs and discerning readers of all types will enjoy Lewbart’s entertaining and educational adventures.

The continuing saga of Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission Officer Hal Noble, who finds himself pitted against corrupt individuals whose greedy plans could seriously affect one of the most endangered reptiles on earth. ISBN13: 9781575240794. Release Date: January 2000.

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Pavilion Key : Isle of Buried Treasure by Lewbart, Greg.

The book shows a map of Mount Grimrock and an illustration of the Isle of Nex.

Buried Treasure A note found in a wooden box in the northwest corner of Shipwreck Beach, behind the gate with the Ornate Lock. Buried Treasure A strange sign found in western Twigroot Forest, south of the entrance to Twigroot Tunnels. Buried Treasure A note found in a sack in the area of Twigroot Tunnels past the windgate in the Philosopher's Stone room, where the brass key is found. The book shows a map of Mount Grimrock and an illustration of the Isle of Nex. The header for the first page says "Mount Grimrock". The fully translated text can be seen here.

Giriş Yap. Buried Treasure. Buried Treasure bir gönderi paylaştı. 2nd Revbjelde LP incoming. Revbjelde, Emma Churchley ve 6 diğer kişi ile birlikte.

A buried treasure is an important part of the popular beliefs surrounding pirates, criminals, and Old West outlaws. According to popular conception, these people often buried their stolen fortunes in remote places, intending to return to them later,. According to popular conception, these people often buried their stolen fortunes in remote places, intending to return to them later, often with the use of a treasure map. In reality, pirates burying treasure was rare.

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Pavilion Key: Isle of Buried Treasure continues the saga of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Officer Hal Noble, who once again finds himself pitted against corrupt individuals--their greedy plans could seriously affect one of the most endangered reptiles on earth, the Kemp's ridley sea turtle. This time the story takes Hal to Pavilion Key which lies at the leading edge of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands. This island was a favorite stop for Caribbean pirates in the 16th and 17th centuries -- but gold doubloons and precious stones aren't the only treasures buried in its sands. Pavilion Key, like Greg Lewbart's first novel, Ivory Hunters, weaves sharply drawn characters with classic mystery plots while touching on such important and timely topics as natural history, ecology, and conservation. Mystery lovers, nature buffs and discerning readers of all types will enjoy Lewbart's entertaining and educational adventures.
Bloodfire
Book arrived wrapped in plastic and in great condition! Wonderful book; great author, similar to Carl Hiassen. Thank you!
Qwert
I give this book three stars simply because the plight of the sea turtles is a story that needs telling and retelling until the public is educated and the creatures are brought away from the edge of extinction.
On the downside, this novel, put out by a small science publisher out of Malabar, FL, could've used better editing. The text is filled with small grammatical errors (like pluralizing the Kemp's ridley sea turtle as "ridley's") that detract from the largely entertaining storyline. Otherwise, the sophomore effort by author/veterinarian Greg Lewbart is not nearly as polished as Florida thrillers penned by the likes of Hiaasen, McDonald, etc., and the factual background of the tale draws too heavily, even clumsily, from its primary source, the writings of Dr. Archie Carr.
That aside, the heart and devotion with which Lewbart writes is readily apparent, and his protagonist, Hal Noble, is a likable hero in Everyman's clothing. A laudable effort.
breakingthesystem
definitely read this book. It is one of the most excellent and interesting books I have read. Once I started reading I couldn't put it down. It was very entertaining but at the same time educational