Once a tool of treachery between two Scandinavian brothers, an ancient Viking relic now has the attention of an international smuggling ring - and Chyna and her Found History archaeological team need to figure out exactly what it is and where it came from before they are caught in a web of espionage.
When Chyna and the team arrive in Syria, they have no way of knowing that a straightforward assignment to catalog and exhibit Phoenician artifacts fresh out of the ground near Hamah would turn into a deadly spy game. But one piece among the relics puzzles Chyna: a magnificent golden falcon with its wings spread wide and its legs ready for flight looks to her like something she would find in Scandinavia, not the Middle East. Caught between the stirrings of civil unrest and an attempted terrorist attack, it doesn't take long for her to realize that there is much more to the mysterious statue than meets the eye.
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This was my first Chyna Stone book, as well as my first time to read KT Tomb. I thought the story was good, but it seemed a little shallow and rushed. I did listen to the book instead of reading it, and I thought the narration was excellent. Heather Ross did a great job, and I will listen to some of the other Chyna Stone books that she has narrated.
"Another exciting Chyna Stone adventure."
The Phoenician Falcon is the third in the Chyna Stone audio books I have listened to.
Heather Ross brings the book to life and tackles the Norwegian names and places with ease.
I liked the mixture of intrigue, history and humour.
My only complaint is that the story finished too soon as I was thoroughly enjoying it.
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