Circle of Bones by Christine Kling. Published by Thomas & Mercer

Before she starts a new job in Dominica, Maggie Riley decide to take a little time for herself aboard her sailboat in the Caribbean. She gets more than she bargains for when she encounters archaeologist Cole Thatcher, swimming in the buff off Guadeloupe. Cole is on the run from a bunch of thugs and has barely escaped with his life (he had to leave his clothes behind). He tells Maggie he’s looking for a French submarine that went down in World War II, a sub he says was carrying millions of dollars in gold along with some highly classified documents that are to this day, being guarded by the Yale Skull and Bones Society. Maggie thinks he’s a nutjob, but what if he’s not. Maybe it wouldn’t hurt to do a little scouting around. A rip roaring read that you won’t be able to put down. Make sure to read the other books in the series, Knight’s Cross and Dragon’s Triangle

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