ABOUT THE AUTHOR This work, True Treasure Stories of the Southwest, is William Whiteas second publication since his initial work of Tales of the Caballos. From a literary point of view, this new work represents a more sophisticated form of writing that the reader will be sure to enjoy. Without losing his ability to tell a story, William White has filled in the blank spots, while giving the reader a more colorful account of these adventures. While Tales of the Caballos became an underground best seller in New Mexico, this new book spans many states with a variety of stories about treasures, many of which have never been published before. All of the accounts represented in this book are personal experiences from twenty years of treasure hunting by the author. The only thing William White enjoys more than writing about his experiences is to be on the trail of a new treasure. a I have gone to some amazing places and seen things that I would have never have witnessed had I not been a treasure hunter.a says William White. William White has had modest success treasure hunting and he is still looking for the aBig Onea. That elusive catch of gold bars or gemstones is still waiting for him to find and some day I know that he will. In the mean time, the reader will enjoy his experiences and adventures with many inside tips on where to look and where to go to search for treasure. Wayne May, Publisher Ancient American MagazineIt is a paved road and when last I traveled it, in good repair. ... a t the small community of Olancha, California in the southern end The pavement ended almost immediately after exiting the main road. We noticed also that the general condition of the road worsened as we eased our CJ-5 Jeep along the two track heading downward into the valley ... As we finally reached the valley floor the road conditions improved and we were blessed with a aHarvest Moona to guide us on our journey.
|Title||:||TRUE TREASURE STORIES OF THE SOUTHWEST|
|Author||:||William H. White|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-01-04|