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Summary

An ancient secret is no match for amateur sleuth and professional trouble magnet Lexi Carmichael! 

My work as a computer geek has me traveling around the world, solving mysteries and fighting bad guys. Sometimes with my friends, but always with trouble by my side. So you'd think I would've expected to be plagued by danger when I headed to Egypt with my best friend, Elvis Zimmerman, and boyfriend, Slash, to help track down Elvis' missing and estranged father. Nope. 

Genius runs in the family, and we quickly discovered Elvis' father is hot on the trail of an ancient and elusive artifact...one that people are willing to kill to find. Tombs, tablets, and code come together as we follow a set of clues that has been waiting millennia to be discovered. 

Cracking code is my specialty, but I never expected to tackle one from 1,500 years before the advent of written language. The sands of time are running out. If the artifact falls into the wrong hands, we won't be able to rewrite history. So it's up to us to find and safeguard the secret, to ensure no living soul ever encounters it...again. 

©2017 Julie Moffett (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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  • 15-05-21

not quite as good

although the talking about a pandemic when in a pandemic has some irony and made me laugh

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  • Ruth
  • 20-01-21

Predicts the affects of the 2020 Pandemic!

Seriously ironic. It was released in 2017. Projects the results of the 2020 pandemic. The focus is on stopping a global outbreak, quarantine, and economic breakdown. The book supposes that 62M will die in year one worldwide. Right now, almost a year in, “only” 2,063,107 have died.
Too bad the happy ending that stops it in the book didn’t happen in real life.

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  • Cathy P
  • 02-10-20

No Living Soul

I love this series. For a lot of laughs in this one and a little bit of sad. Lexi and Slash continue to grow in their relationship. In this book, we add a new crew member and they head off to Egypt to find Elvis's dad. He has made a significant archeological find. One so compelling even Lexi believes. Intriguing and fun race to figure out the puzzle and best the bed gas.

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  • Gloria Burkhart
  • 06-09-20

Fun enjoyable story

I have enjoyed this series by Julie Moffett very much and this book was another hit with me. Super fun and wacky things happen as they try to save the world.

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  • Marieboo
  • 18-04-20

Fun adventure with Lexi, Slash and Elvis

Enjoyed the adventure to Egypt with the crew. I liked Gwen too. Just enough excitement and intrigue and ingenuity to keep me from putting the book down. i like the narrator too. She does a great job with accents and keeping everyone straight.

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  • michele l. yost
  • 07-04-19

Lexi C IS Stephanie Plum 2.0 w/upgrades!

Moffett’s Lexi is brilliant on all levels- humor, romance, faults. Edifying science, tech, locales; so terrifyingly relevant to current events but with hope - especially w/ these Characters!!! Please make them exist!

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  • Carolyn N
  • 09-02-17

Superb series !!

Love the geekiness, funny interplay & adventures. So much fun to listen to. Laugh out loud moments, edge of your seat & OMG times ! Great narrator as well !!

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  • Linda
  • 23-01-17

Lexi and Slash Are A Real Couple

Lexi and Slash are a couple moving in together. But, then Elvis' dad enters the picture. Gwen the microbiologist gets involved to help Elvis solve a mystery and all wind up going to Egypt following a clue. The adventure is typical Lexi but not as compelling IMHO. I like this series very much but this book got on my nerves. I didn't like Gwen's attitude. Can someone with an advanced degree really act and sound (kudos to narrator) like a petulant child? Apparently so. Lexi and Slash survive some adventures and you don't really figure anything out until the end. The descriptions of the museum, the artifacts, and the sights and smells of Cairo are almost palpable. It is another great story and Lexi learns more about being a 'girlfriend.' Is that jealousy I see? Hmmm. We don't get to see Slash being as hunky as usual but he is still leading the pack. Kristin Watson Heinz is a good narrator for this series.

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  • K. M. Freimuth
  • 12-01-17

Lexi's at it again!

As usual, this was a great book. It was funny, fast paced, and an interesting mystery. The camel ride was hilarious!