"The Buried Treasures of Maine" by C. J. Stevens beckons to the adventurer in each of us. Stevens, who has been called the Pied Piper of treasure hunters, has brought countless individuals and families to that moment of glory when the first flake of gold glows in the gold pan, or that rainbow chip of a mineral quivers between thumb and finger. This book further devolops, instructively and irresistibly, the gold and gem scenes. It tells of dramatic and new mineral discoveries, and it coaxes from imaginative gold panners their tactics and hunting grounds. 1997 paperback, 184 pages.