Author: Yahiya Emerick
Publisher: Yahiya Emerick (1996)
Pages: 74 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Where is he? Ahmad Deen and his sister Layla thought they were getting a nice vacation in tropical Mexico. But what they're really going to get is a hair-raising race against time to save their father from becoming the next victim of an ancient, bloody ritual! How can Ahmad save his father and deal with his bratty sister at the same time? To make matters worse, no one seems to want to help them find the mysterious lost city that may hold the key to their father's whereabouts. And then there's that jungle guide with the strangely familiar jacket. Are they brave enough-or crazy enough, to take on the Curse of the Aztec Warrior?
About the Author --
Yahiya Emerick is a prolific author on topics related to religion, interfaith dialogue and the Islamic faith. He has written over twenty-five books including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam, as well as a modern English translation of the Qur'an. His recent biography on the life of Muhammad is considered the most accessible to the average reader in the market today. He has a BA in history and an MA in secondary education/history. He has taught in both public and private schools for over fifteen years and is a well-known authority in his field with a reputation for accuracy, clarity and excellent teaching skills.