Join the hunt with two thrilling adventures: Steel's Treasure and the newly released Steel's Gold!
The epic story of U.S. Air Force Captain William Steel, an intelligence officer with serious authority issues, and his hunt for billions of dollars of lost WWII Japanese treasure hidden in the mountainous jungles of the Philippines.
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
"An intriguing, adventurous, down-to-earth novel with an excellent story. The fact the author bases his story on his own experiences is evident and definitely adds to the enjoyment and authenticity of the book."
We teased it before, but here's the full article for you to read!
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Just like my character William Steel in my two novels-- I have an obsession with old Japanese swords. We both dreamed of finding a priceless sword created by an old Japanese master like Masamune. Here's an interesting link to an article on one of Masamune's swords.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
"INTRIGUING, ADVENTUROUS, DOWN-TO-EARTH NOVEL WITH AN EXCELLENT STORY."
Monday, December 4, 2017
Warm up your holiday season with Nick Auclair's thrilling duo of Steel's adventures.
Add them to your Amazon wishlist (or just treat yourself)
The sequel, Steel's Gold
"In many ways, Steel’s Gold is an old-fashioned thriller, set in an exotic location with plenty of sex and violence, but its overlay of political intrigue and psychological cross-currents give it added depth and resonance. Call it a guilty pleasure with benefits." (Hill Rag)
Thank you and enjoy!
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Lots of recent reporting in the Philippine newspapers about the source of the Marcos's wealth. An article outlining where some their vast fortune could have come from is linked below. President Marcos claimed he found the Yamashita treasure while he was a guerrilla fighting the Japanese during WWII. The picture taken on March 11, 1974 shows former Japanese imperial army soldier Hiroo Onoda (right) offering his military sword to Ferdinand Marcos to express his surrender at Malacañang Palace in Manila. Onoda, who hid in the Philippine jungles for three decades because he did not believe World War II was over, died in Tokyo on January 17, 2014, at the age of 91
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I am extremely pleased, to say the least, that I found a Japanese samurai sword on one of my expeditions in the Philippine mountains...
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