The Bones of Santorini
By Joni Swift
Canal, Egypt and Santorini Greece – 1863, Nothing had gone according to
plan for Edward Tyrington since his father squandered the family
fortune and abruptly died, but things got decidedly worse when the
Operations Manager of the Suez Canal Company turned up dead.
another man is murdered, this time at Edward's archaeological
excavation, suspicion turns to him. Thus begins his turbulent alliance
with the unusual Catherine Briggs, who proves to be both reckless and
cunning in her efforts to clear his name. With corrupt police and
international forces in play, time is running out to catch the murderer.
If they fail, Edward will either be the next victim, or the man who
will hang for the crimes.
Book Length: Novel – 150-320 Pages
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