innocent discovery on a Montana ranch two years ago, sets off a series of events that may very well change the world . . . if it doesn't end it first. Professor Delaney McPhearson's life is turned upside down when her best friend, archaeologist Drew Masters, is found dead. Before she can deal with the heartbreaking loss, she is viciously attacked in her home by a man with inhuman fighting abilities.
"FUN! I'm looking forward to the next-in-series!"
Over decades, evidence of an incredible treasure, hidden in the forests of Ecuador, had been gathered by a Roman Catholic priest. The rumors of the treasure date back to the Conquistadors and tales of storehouses of Incan gold. But Professor Delaney McPhearson believes the treasure is older than the Incans. Much older.
"Good story; narrator needs to study up on pronunciation."
Get ready for action-packed romance with archaeologist Dr. Kathlyn Trent and her husband, Egyptologist Marcus Burton. In the first book of the series, meet Dr. Kathlyn Trent. A cross between Indiana Jones and The Crocodile Hunter, Dr. Trent has made a name for herself as a Media Archaeologist. Beautiful, intelligent and educated, she is one of the most famous faces in the world. Her television specials bring millions of viewers as she tackles subjects that most credible archaeologists won't touch.
""Oh Mighty Isis!!""
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.
"xWhen past literally touches the present--riveting"
In her latest assignment, Kathlyn goes to the Yucatan to assist in a growing mystery; Dr. Christopher Murphy, one of the top minds in Mesoamerican studies, has something of an enigma on his hands. Strange legends and rumors of sphinxes in the jungle create a puzzle that is as deadly as it is baffling. As Kathlyn is pulled deep into the legends and truths of the Yucatan, there are external forces back at home that would see her come to ruin. Kathlyn soon finds herself fighting for her life, both professionally and personally.
The daughter of medical missionaries, Elaine Neil Orr was born in Nigeria in 1954, in the midst of the national movement that would lead to independence from Great Britain. But as she tells it in her captivating memoir, Orr did not grow up feeling American, but rather identified with Nigerian culture. Orr came back to America to attend high school, feeling the loss of Nigeria keenly. It was only in her forties, in the crisis of kidney failure, that she began to recover her African life.
The accidental death of Mickey Fahey leaves his wife Rhiann paralyzed by grief, his stepson Jimmy cutting school and drinking. The widow's problems are compounded by the unwanted advances of her dead husband's friend. Rhiann does her best to cope, going back to work, dealing patiently with her son's misbehavior, telling Rory Sinter she's not interested.