My novella, “Mayan Blood,” is now available on Amazon.com for the Kindle.

When a pair of vacationers visit the ruins of the Yucatán and run into an ancient Mayan cult, they get much more than the typical tour and journal entry.

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5 Stars

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this short story, “Mayan Blood” by author Justin Swapp. I’ve long dreamt of visiting Mayan ruins and through Swapp’s writing, I experienced the humid jungle. My weary legs trudged up the stone Mayan ruined staircase alongside Ned and Fay. “Mayan Blood” defines what might happen when a tourist visiting a foreign country asks questions that best remain unasked.

“Mayan Blood is well written and concise, with a satisfying ending. I look forward to seeing more from this author.

Kevin McArthur

Author- Devastation

co-author – Jonathon’s Secret Love

co-author – Benjamin Ridge

5 Stars

It is a great short story. I also appreciate the historical references. The author is good with detail/description. I can see myself reading this story in a norton anthology. Great Job!

5 Stars

Great quick read! Fun historical novel set in South America with a surprise ending! When a couple takes a tour looking for more than what they paid for, they get it…

 

 

 

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