The Vessel Tinaja: An Ancient City Mystery

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Abstract

This novel follows Robert Robson, a St. Augustine resident, freelance writer, and philosopher, as he slowly uncovers a mystery that goes back to the 1500s related to a strange artifact of the indigenous Timucua people, the tinaja. But as he grows closer to the truth, he soon finds himself caught in a web of uncertainty, deceit, and murder.

Local locations visited or mentioned include, but are not limited to St. George Street, the Bunnery (went out of business just before the pandemic of 2020), the Bridge of Lions, Maria Sanchez Lake, the Fountain of Youth, the St. Johns River, and Six Mile Creek.

Creator

Contributor

Jennifer Ricker, cover designer

Title

The Vessel Tinaja: An Ancient City Mystery
Mr. Cribbs signed the St. Johns County Public Library copy.

Publisher

Jacksonville, FL: OCRS, Inc.

Date

Format

Paperback book

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Mystery or Thriller

Coverage

Pre-St. Augustine
1st Spanish Period
Contemporary, Adult

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References

Cribbs, Randy. The Vessel Tinaja: An Ancient City Mystery. Jacksonville, FL: OCRS, Inc., 2005.

Citation

Randy Cribbs, “The Vessel Tinaja: An Ancient City Mystery,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 24, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/203.

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