David, whose first novel was, "The Oasis Project," is a former motion picture and theatrical producer and director.
"The Kingdom of Keftiu" takes place in 1935 with a chance encounter in Cairo with Richard Quizzenbury, a man of letters and affluent bon vivant, in search of a mystery that has lingered on the fringes of human imagination . . . a saga that has entranced scholars and dreamers alike for thousands of years.
Quizzenbury, in alliance with renowned archaeologist Professor Nicholas Adrianos, embarks upon a quest to find a mythical kingdom.
A golden ring. An ancient map. Visions of the Apocalypse on the walls of an Egyptian tomb. From across the sea of time comes a legend older than antiquity. Beneath the volcanic soil of an Aegean Island, the relics of a Golden Age await them . . . an age when gods and heroes walked the earth . . . the fabled age of Atlantis.
This book is the thrilling story of a quest one could only imagine. Filled with a compelling set of colorful characters and depictions so believable, you'll become captured in the quest and be swept away by the author's literary imagination.
According to Kathie McGuire, Director of Brighton Publishing, "This is one of those rare books you can't put down once you start reading. It's a masterpiece!"
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