The Argentina Rhodochrosite (An Ainsley Walker Gemstone Travel Mystery)

| January 28, 2015


The Argentina Rhodochrosite (An Ainsley Walker Gemstone Travel Mystery)

AMAZON — #1 BESTSELLING AUTHOR (December 5, 2013)

“The story locales are vivid and exciting… I felt like I had just watched a great Travel Channel episode…” — Mel Collins

“Well-paced and skillfully told, with outstanding sense of place, an enjoyable main character, and entertaining supporting cast…. [The Uruguay Amethyst] swept me off my feet.” (Venus de Hilo, 5-star review)

A famously temperamental soccer star has just suffered a terrible loss: Someone has stolen his beloved necklace.

No ordinary piece of jewelry, this rhodochrosite had belonged to his birth mother, a woman he has never met, who had ‘disappeared’ during the famous Argentine dirty war of the nineteen-seventies.

This superstar really wants it back — and he refuses to play soccer again until someone finds it.

It’s shaping up to be a national tragedy, until the arrival of…


Fresh off her amethyst adventure, Ainsley immediately embarks on a journey into the brash heart of Argentinian futból culture.

Running from nightclubs in historic mansions to seedy tango parlors…

…from impoverished shantytowns to the grand landscape of Patagonia …

…Ainsley discovers glamour, danger, excitement, and the dark secrets of a country’s hidden past.

From an author who worked on the foreign desk of The Washington Post…

…who was a finalist in a prestigious short story contest sponsored by the estate of F. Scott Fitzgerald…

…comes a travel adventure that will change the way you see your life.

Length: Approximately 82,000 words.

Third in the series.

More praise for the Ainsley Walker Gemstone Travel Mystery series:

“…an exciting new writer.” (Pamela Barrett, California, 5-star review)

“I recommend this to anyone … it is definitely worth the money.” (J Bronder, 5-star review)

“I can’t wait to read others in the series!” (Autumn Timpano)


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  1. Sanji San says:

    I’m pretty pleased to find this website. I need to to thank you for ones time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely loved every part of it and i also have you bookmarked to look at new information in your blog.

  2. Endre says:

    I have felt in love with the argentine tango.
    Then with Argentina. So I love to read everything about it. I have stayed there seven months.
    And I really want to go back! Thanx to you I will read this book and I ll give my feedback 🙂