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We found 10 men, red from blood and dead.... At the center of an expanding mystery: a fabled Viking runestone left behind in the Minnesota woodland of ages past.

In this much-anticipated second installment of Neve Maslakovic’s time-travel series, St. Sunniva University’s Julia Olsen and Nate Kirkland find themselves hot on the trail of a 14th-century artifact, a missing runic specialist, and an all-too-familiar kidnapper who has used the time travel lab’s STEWie (SpaceTimE Warper) for a joyride deep into America’s past.

Armed with nothing more than a hunch and a keen understanding of History’s rules, can Julia, Nate, and their teammates track down the kidnapper and the missing researcher before the inevitable - and perilous - clash with history?

A skillful blend of mystery, science, and history, The Runestone Incident is a smart and satisfying follow-up to The Far Time Incident.

©2014 Neve Maslakovic (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Diverting

The author knows a lot about history and academia and, I think, owes a debt to Connie Willis. she also has a sense of humor and a narrator who stands in very well for the first person narrator in the book. Not compelling, in a compuldive page turning, stay up all night kind of way, but definitely good entertainment.