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All archaeology student Jane Barnaby had to do was deliver a box of pottery shards to her professor at his dig site, along with his new car. Yes, his office was in Oxfordshire, and his dig site was in Spain, a trip of 1,400 miles across three countries and two bodies of water. Still, it should have been simple. That is, until everything went wrong.

©2017 James J DiBenedetto (P)2017 James J DiBenedetto

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  • Richard Brooks
  • 10-04-18

Wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did

A great heroine and a story told with vim, the first part of this was given to me free and I wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much as I did, but it turned out to be a story that stuck with me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-23-18

Engrossing. It takes you along on an exciting ride

Narrative style writing isn't usually my choice, preferring third-person past tense. My mind doesn't work around all the info patches very well. But I enjoyed these books as if a friend was sharing a story she'd heard. There were a few places (mostly in book three) where I got confused who's head we were supposed to be in. Or what happened? The scene jumped sideways or ahead too fast. Lol. The narration was done well. Overall, these are great stories and held my attention throughout. I think I like Losers Weepers the best. :)
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