Herculean

Herculean
(Cerberus Group #1)
by Jeremy Robinson & Sean Ellis (2015)

 

For three thousand years, the Herculean Society has preserved the legacy of the ancient hero, Hercules, protecting history’s fragile relics from humanity, and humanity from the dangerous truths behind the legends. Now, the Society’s new leader, archaeologist George Pierce, faces his first test: the Cerberus Group. The shadowy organization has two goals: the collection and distribution of black market relics, tech and secrets, and the purge of those deemed unfit for survival.


 

This starts like an archaeological history lesson. Very Tomb Raider or Indiana Jones. Then after a few chapters, the Jeremy Robinson gene kicks in and it’s the usual  world touring action adventure genre fans will love.

There is less of the out-there science fiction and mythology in the Jack Sigler stories that this is closely related to.