Debut Author Bruce Walden Releases Thrilling New Adventure Novel “The Sacred Relics”

ALASKA, WASILLA, UNITED STATES, June 14, 2024 / — Bruce Walden, a promising new voice in the literary world, proudly announces the release of his debut novel, “The Sacred Relics.” This thrilling adventure, infused with historical intrigue and spiritual discovery, is now available for purchase on Amazon and other major retailers.

“The Sacred Relics” introduces readers to archaeologist Mike Reed, who is thrust into a gripping adventure following the mysterious murder of a man in Moscow. The victim had posted a photograph of an ancient message scrawled on a piece of wood, which disappeared shortly after being shared online. Mike’s journey begins in Tacoma and takes him to the rugged wilderness of Sitka, Alaska, where he is joined by four others on a quest to uncover the secrets hidden within the coordinates mentioned in the message.

What they find is not just a treasure trove of historical artifacts but a profound spiritual journey that unearths secrets dating back to the Czar’s men’s discovery of Alaska in 1741. The novel seamlessly blends elements of history, adventure, and Biblical lore, creating an experience that readers will find both exciting and thought-provoking.

Author Bruce Walden masterfully crafts a narrative that echoes the adventurous spirit of Indiana Jones, leading readers through perilous landscapes and ancient mysteries. “The Sacred Relics” is a testament to Walden’s ability to weave a story that is both engaging and enlightening.

“The Sacred Relics” is now available for purchase on Amazon and other major book retailers.

About Bruce Walden:

Bruce Walden is an emerging author with a passion for history and adventure. Drawing inspiration from historical events and Biblical narratives, Walden creates stories that captivate and inspire. “The Sacred Relics” is his debut novel, marking the beginning of what promises to be a remarkable writing career.

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