The Emerald Cave (A Vince Ramsey Adventure) by James McPike

Reviewed by Jud Hanson

The Emerald CaveMinistry of Jerusalem investigator Vince Ramsey is assigned to find an arms dealer who may be connected to a theft at archaeological dig in Lebanon. Ramsey’s investigation takes him and his girlfriend to France in pursuit of a way to find him. They find out that the arms dealer is pursuing a powerful artifact supposedly found by the Nazis and hidden in Antarctica. Ramsey heads to Antarctica, only to discover that someone has beat him there and has discovered the exact location of the artifact. It’s now a race against time to stop an ancient weapon from being used against the world.

The Emerald Cave by James B. McPike is the third entry in the Vince Ramsey series. While a lightweight series by most measures, McPike’s series is still worth reading, as it has well-developed characters and a fast moving plot which keeps the reader engaged. I will definitely be going back to read the prior two novels and give this novel 4/5 stars.

*A copy of the book is the only consideration provided in exchange for this review.*

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