The Lost Treasure of Atahualpa
by S. Jay Smith

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SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / Hispanic American Studies
Sep 23, 2007
Books by S. Jay Smith
This is a work of speculative fiction concerning the ability of the Inca civilization to record and use information. The historical fiction in this work begins in April 1532 and ends after the capture of Atahualpa. The related contemporary fiction begins in 2011, the one-hundredth anniversary of the report of the discovery of Machu Pichu

About S. Jay Smith

S. Jay Smith is a fellow in the Explorers Club in NYC and a member of the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC. He has published >50 scientific manuscripts in statistics. He has traveled widely throughout Latin America and been on several jungle expeditions into the Amazonian Jungle. He is particularly familiar with Peru and is fluent in Spanish.

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