When the body of archaeologist William Stewart is found floating in the bay, a curious reporter finds himself caught up in a web of hideous secrets, deceit, and murder woven by the lure of the tinaja and its terrifying power.
At first his empirical mind refuses to believe the old Indian story. As he is drawn deeper into Stewart's past and his own deadly lovers' triangle, each ghastly revelation points to an unimaginable power and moves him dangerously close to the line that separates right from wrong, fact from myth; and now, that power may be within his grasp.
"Was Ponce de Leon pursuing the wrong object for everlasting youth?
The Vessel Tinaja was a 2009 Eric Hoffer Book Award finalist and is currently being considered for a feature length motion picture.
$12.95 paperback glossy no illustrations 218 pages
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