The Kingdom Treasure

The Kingdom Treasure A young cowboy named Hank Evans travels Asia in racing the Japanese Empire to the lost treasure of a th century kingdom In November of sixty TONS of gold carried by the Portuguese ship Fl
  • Title: The Kingdom Treasure
  • Author: Greg Treseder
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  • Page: 407
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Kingdom Treasure
    A young cowboy named Hank Evans travels Asia in 1940, racing the Japanese Empire to the lost treasure of a 16th century kingdom In November of 1511 sixty TONS of gold carried by the Portuguese ship Flor De La Mar sank in the Strait of Malacca off Malaysia Nobody has every claimed to have found the shipwreck or the treasure Don t believe everything you haven t heard InA young cowboy named Hank Evans travels Asia in 1940, racing the Japanese Empire to the lost treasure of a 16th century kingdom In November of 1511 sixty TONS of gold carried by the Portuguese ship Flor De La Mar sank in the Strait of Malacca off Malaysia Nobody has every claimed to have found the shipwreck or the treasure Don t believe everything you haven t heard In this historical fiction adventure, Hank tells his story of transformation from cowboy to courageous humanitarian It s full of insight, humor, history, and fireworks In 1940, Hank is a hardworking young cowboy and novice pilot from Idaho He quenches his wanderlust with a trip to Hawaii before settling down on his family s ranch At the urging of a friend he finds himself in Southeast Asia flying relief supplies from Burma to China The Chinese are suffering under a Japanese occupation World War II is imminent A tangle with the Japanese Army, and the bravery of the peasant Chinese resistance, convince the lighthearted Hank to take a stand.He travels to Malaysia with three friends an American pilot, an enigmatic Tibetan, and a Filipino pearl diver They race to find the lost wreck of the Portuguese ship Flor De La Mar before the Japanese Army s inevitable arrival The factual ship sank in the Strait of Malacca in 1511, carrying sixty tons of gold plundered from the Malaccan kingdom In the right hands the treasure could do a lot of good But a Japanese invasion is imminent The Japanese military s rapid advance is a constant challenge, inspiring ingenuity, faith, and sacrifice.
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  • Greg Treseder

    Greg Treseder writes contemporary fiction based upon historical fact He loves a good adventure story, full of heroes, conflicts, sacrifice, and the sheer joy of being alive He s inspired every day by simple acts of kindness, and he believes they re the stuff that binds the world.Greg restores vintage guitars, snowboards, runs, bikes, writes, builds, and has a blackbelt in Kenpo Karate to keep him on his toes He and his family live in Northern California, where they find plenty of opportunity for adventure And joy.

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  • We landed uneventfully at the airfield just outside the old walled city I grabbed my rucksack Lhasa and I left the plane in good hands I suddenly realized that all my belongings and responsibilities fit neatly on my back Within the last twenty four hours I had been relieved of one airplane, three tons of cargo, a dozen Japanese soldiers, and fifteen years of my life I had gained a load of faith, preserved my sense of humor, and had Lhasa at my side All three of which were virtually weightless My [...]


  • By Greg TresederPublished By G.T.Age Recommended AdultReviewed By Arlena DeanRating 4Review The Kingdom Treasure by Greg Treseder was a very good and well written read that I thoroughly enjoyed I liked how the author was able to bring the story with the pre WWII history in this Asian region The story was very interesting about the buried treasure and the twist in the story really kept you turning the pages wanting to know what was going to happen next I found the characters well developed and so [...]


  • A young man from Idaho, in that short period before the start of WWII in Asia, travels to the East to assist in a secret project around a sunken treasure off the shores of Malaysia A great assortment of interesting characters come and go throughout the narrative and the plotting is linear enough to be easy to follow and non linear enough to remain enjoyable to read I like how the treasure is found but with a realistic twist that made the ending better, I thought.



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