World-famous media archaeologist Dr. Kathlyn Trent and her husband, Dr. Marcus Burton, are off on another enigmatic quest.
Reports of the discovery of angel bones have come from the ancient land of Iraq and Kathlyn and Marcus take their archaeological teams into this mysterious realm to investigate. Hindering their progress is a former colleague of Kathlyn's - also hearing of the discovery, Dr. Fayd Fahdlan will stop at nothing to usurp Kathlyn's claim. As Kathlyn and Marcus fall under the spell of the strange bones, Fayd and his superiors see spectacular and bizarre scientific opportunities for Dr. Trent's find. When Kathlyn is kidnapped in an attempt to force her to participate in their macabre scheme, the ancient bones suddenly take a back seat to a related discovery of even greater magnitude.
Biblical theories that were once thought only myth have suddenly become reality. The Vatican and the United States military soon become involved and the stakes grow even higher. Kathlyn, Marcus and the rest of the archaeologists find themselves caught up in something so fantastic that it is difficult to know just where the legends end and realities begin.
Don't believe in demons? Kathlyn Trent can convince you otherwise in this amazing tale.
©2012 Kathryn Le Veque (P)2014 Kathryn Le Veque
"great story line"
i liked the topic the story,
what i didn't like is that the lead female cried about everything,
she was hard headed and selfish. she claimed to love her husband
yet she always went against his wishes and found her in trouble that could
have been avoided
how much Marcus loved her
i hope the next series the lead is crying about everything.
"Another great adventure!"
The continuing story of Marcus & Kathlyn. I loved the adventure & their romance.
Dennis - he just so angry it's funny sometimes.
She did all the various voices very well. Her voice inflections & tone changed in the dialogue between characters seamlessly.
When Kathlyn felt torn between staying home to take care of her babies & feeling called to do her professional job.
It's a great adventure series! I just wish the reader could find out conclusively about the baby's genetics at the end.
"Loved the Biblical Theories"
This book was just as good as the first in the series. Takes a look at stories from the Bible and gives them true meaning from an archeological standpoint.
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