Book: Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom by William T. Marshall
categories: Book, Pyramids, Jungle Adventure, Adult Humour, Occult, Science Fiction, Ancient Egypt, Aliens
William T. Marshall about this book: Set in 1974…"Emily Adams and the Triangle of Doom" is the first in a trilogy of books detailing Emily's epic struggle against a determined alien presence here on earth committed to controlling and dominating mankind's spiritual management facility. Emily feels driven by destiny and a burning desire and is drawn into a remote and as yet little explored jungle area that has been cut off from the rest of the world by a triangular feature of three almost impassable geological structures. Emily possesses that rare gift of flawless beauty and animal attraction which is a mixture of her father's Germanic and her mother's South American genes and all who meet her are intoxicated by her intense animal sexual attraction.
Emily journeys into the "Triangle" and teams up with two very unlikely partners indeed who seem to at least share a common goal. Professor Horace Hornpecker, an archaeologist working for the British Museum, and Gunter Baron von Riesling an agent of the Fourth Reich working undercover as a Chief Mate on a German registered freighter. As the trio travel into the "Triangle" they discover evidence of a previous World War II mission into the "Triangle" and discover that the "Triangle conceals many dark and ominous secrets that protract all the way back to, and beyond the origins on mankind. Emily is thrust into an epic three pronged conflict against, alien intervention here on Earth, her own destiny, and a struggle against the jungle itself.
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