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Xibalba (english version)

Stanley Struble

Ediciones Nowtilus SL
Amidst the Zapatista guerilla army, drug trafficking, military and political corruption, and the inhospitable Chiapas jungle, David Wolf, an expatriate American, and Karen Dumas, an archaeologist from the Smithsonian Institution leave behind their comfortable jobs in search of an unusual treasure: mysterious Mayan books.
Author Bio
Stanley Struble is a graduate of the famed Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, Boys Town, Nebraska, and holds an M.S. in anthropology from Kansas State University where he previously taught social anthropology and North American Indian courses. He is currently an adjunct professor of sociology at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha. His mystery-suspense novels, Filth Eater and Sins of the Jaguar, were published in 2001 and 2003. They received critical praise from print media and notable individuals, including Lew Hunter, Chairman of the U.C.L.A. Screenwriting School.