The Compass

The Compass By Joshua Lisec, The Compass An American an Englishman and an Australian walk into a massage parlourCairns Australia Archeologist wunderkind Jack Staples is the talk of the telly once again Discoverers of the lost compas
  • Title: The Compass
  • Author: Joshua Lisec
  • ISBN: 9781939425751
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Compass By Joshua Lisec, An American, an Englishman, and an Australian walk into a massage parlourCairns, Australia, 1991 Archeologist wunderkind Jack Staples is the talk of the telly once again Discoverers of the lost compass of Captain James Cook, Staples and his best friend and prot g Charles Kensington are on holiday in the Land Down Under, sitting on their find as offers from museums anAn American, an Englishman, and an Australian walk into a massage parlourCairns, Australia, 1991 Archeologist wunderkind Jack Staples is the talk of the telly once again Discoverers of the lost compass of Captain James Cook, Staples and his best friend and prot g Charles Kensington are on holiday in the Land Down Under, sitting on their find as offers from museums and auction houses pour in.But when the compass is stolen by an antiquities trafficker known as the Waltzing Matilda, Staples and Kensington are joined by the pride of Sydney s police force, Detective Sergeant James Russell The Aussie s incognito scheme gets the trio inside the crime lord s center of operations, a sleazy massage parlour But a brief conversation with the Matilda will send the trio on an adventure of prehistoric proportions.
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    1. Joshua Lisec

      Joshua Lisec is an adventure thriller novelist and author of THE PHOENIX REICH, first installment of the Max Meyers Adventure Series, as well as THE COMPASS, its short story prequel.Joshua s storytelling takes readers on extraordinary quests into the conspiracies and underworlds that haunt history Told through the perspectives of relatable characters and interspersed with wit and insight, his epic novels illuminate the forgotten forces that lurk amongst us, forces that can only be confronted by those who struggle to rise from mediocre lives and embrace destinies that are nothing less than terribly wonderful.

    298 thoughts on “The Compass”

    1. Did you hear the one about the Englishman, an Australian and an American No, then you need to read this quirky and imaginative story Joshua Lisec has written an extremely clever little nook of a story here, one that I could see quite easily as a movie or TV series His characters are classic and at times hilarious, they are both likeable and realistic, in fact, I think I know Kensington And I have to say, the three types of language works Joshua s creativity is addictive and I am definitely readi [...]


    2. The lively prequel to Joshua Lisec s The Phoenix Reich begins with a naked man what could be better and dashes on from there with humor, risk and surprises while the main characters stumble toward a nightmare The Compass is entertaining tongue in cheek reading with the author turning his trope on its head with energy and a sense of unstoppable fun A funny fast read that leads on to The Phoenix Reich.


    3. This one was a book I have wanted to read for some time Lisec created a delightful adventure You will not be wasting your time Received from author as complimentary copy which did not influence my review.




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