By Marcia Muller
Sharon McCone has been requested through a former colleague to appear into the plans of a big company to reopen a gold mine close to the Nevada border which may heavily endanger the surroundings of the world. Following a path of surprising happenings, disappearances, and a bullet-ridden physique, McCone's path results in her to a Hong Kong industrialist . . . and a killer bent on large-scale destruction. Can McCone locate her means via this twisted panorama to discover the killer and forestall one other homicide?
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Extra info for Where Echoes Live (Sharon McCone, Book 12)
Cocodryllus (or Corkendril)—Though often bizarrely depicted, this is just a monstrous, 30foot-long version of the crocodile, colored in vivid crocus or saffron hues. Nile Crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus) of Egypt and Estuarine Crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) of Indonesia and northern Australia can grow to this size, but they are basically grey in color, with yellowish underbellies. Coje ya Menia (Portuguese, “Lion of the Water”; or Dilali, Mourou-Ngou)—A large, amphibious animal reported in the area of the Kuango River in east Angola, Africa.
Their names are Ao Ch’in, Ao Jun, Ao Kuang, and Ao Shun. They all answer to the Jade Emperor, who tells them where to distribute the rains. The Dragon Kings are said to be 3 to 5 miles long, with shaggy legs and tails and whiskered muzzles. Their slinky, serpentine bodies are covered in golden scales. It is said that when the Dragon Kings rise to the surface, waterspouts and typhoons are created, and when they take to the air, massive hurricanes result. Only the exceptional are allowed to meet with these great ocean sovereigns.
George Montadon named it Ameranthropoides loysi (“Loys’American anthropoid”). Skeptics have dismissed the image as nothing more than a Spider Monkey (Simia paniscus), which has an adult body length of only 20 inches. But recently, fossilized remains have been found of a giant, prehistoric howler-spider monkey, which, if still living, could account for this specimen. W. Buel reports that: “Dr. ” And in the early 19th century, German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt heard stories from the Orinoco about furry, humanlike creatures called Salvaje (“Wild”).
Where Echoes Live (Sharon McCone, Book 12) by Marcia Muller