Treasure Hunt in the Arizona Desert Debut Author Reveals Secrets of Stone Maps and Royal Treasure in New Nonfiction Book
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – In his thrilling new nonfiction book, The Conclusion to the Original Peralta Stone Maps: The King's Royal Treasure (published by Trafford Publishing), debut author Mark Clayton takes readers on the treasure hunt of a lifetime as a group of committed friends set out to discover the long lost royal riches stashed somewhere in the Superstition Mountains of the Arizona Desert.
Filled with never before revealed secrets and factual information that promises to electrify every reader’s sense of adventure, Clayton’s book brings a measure of wonder as well as closure to the mysterious Spanish legend of the King’s Royal Fifth, a treasure that has been sought for more than 150 years. Let’s not forget about the detailed maps and brilliant pictures first seen here within the pages of The Conclusion to the Original Peralta Stone Maps.
Whether you’re interested in buried treasure—and let’s be honest, who isn’t?—or just want to learn more about prospecting, deciphering ancient maps, sun symbols, Spanish Mountain monuments, Spanish trail markers or the Arizona Desert, you can’t go wrong with Clayton’s investigation, The Conclusion to the Original Peralta Stone Maps. Furthermore, readers will learn all about the history and culture of this fascinating area over the past 300 years with Clayton’s unparalleled knowledge of the local peoples, which include the Apache, the Mexican, the Spaniards and the U.S. Calvary.
Never before has such a detailed and high-impact interpretation of the Peralta stone maps and the timeless treasure to which they point been so provocative and encompassing. Follow his search for the breakthrough that could change history today, and rekindle your own dormant passion for the discovery of a lifetime in the pages of the inspiring nonfiction book The Conclusion to the Original Peralta Stone Maps.
About the Author
Clayton was born in St. Johns, New Brunswick. During his life in foster care, he relocated to Montreal as well as Toronto many times. He eventually graduated high school and then went to trade school, where he learned to weld and window glaze. Clayton has also played the drums for many bands throughout the Toronto metropolitan area. He has three brothers, three sisters and many nieces and nephews. He currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he works as a high-rise window cleaner. The Conclusion to the Original Peralta Stone Maps is his first publication. Part of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to the charity Client Support Group Society.
Trafford publishing is the premier book publisher for emerging, self-published authors. For more information, please visit http://www.trafford.com.