Rituals

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Product Details

Price
$18.99
Publisher
Poisoned Pen Press
Publish Date
Pages
275
Dimensions
5.61 X 0.76 X 8.46 inches | 0.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781464201691

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About the Author

Mary Anna Evans and the Faye Longchamp archaeological mysteries have received recognitions including the Benjamin Franklin Award, the Florida Literature Award, the Mississippi Author Award in fiction, a writer's residency from The Studios of Key West, and three medals from the Florida Book Awards. She holds degrees in physics and engineering, but she loves writing novels even more.
www.maryannaevans.com

Reviews

""A well-plotted and enjoyable mystery.""--Kirkus Reviews

""Evans pulls all the pieces nicely together in the end.""--Publishers Weekly

""A suspenseful crime story with just a hint of something otherworldly.""--Booklist

"In her delightfully erudite seventh (Strangers, 2010, etc.), Faye continues to weave archaeological tidbits and interesting people into soundly plotted mysteries." --Kirkus review of Plunder

"The explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig in the Gulf of Mexico provides the backdrop for Evans's engaging, character-driven seventh mystery featuring archeologist Faye Longchamp (after 2010's Strangers)." --Publishers Weekly review of Plunder

""Details of archaeology, pirate lore, and voodoo complement the strong, sympathetic characters, especially Amande, and the appealing portrait of Faye's family life.""--Booklist review of Plunder

""Evans's excellent series (Floodgates, 2008, etc.) continues to combine solid mysteries and satisfying historical detail.""--Kirkus review of Strangers

""Evans has written a fascinating tale linking the history of New Orleans' levee system to the present and weaving into the story aspects of the city's widely diverse cultures. Voodoo, Native American spirituality, greed, and corruption all play roles in what is easily the best installment yet in a too-little-known series.""--Booklist starred review of Floodgates

""Evans's fifth (Findings, 2008, etc.) is an exciting brew of mystery and romance with a touch of New Orleans charm.""--Kirkus review of Floodgates
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