The Antiquities Hunter: A Gina Miyoko Mystery

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Pegasus Crime
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6.1 X 9.1 X 1.4 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff is the award-winning author of short fiction that has appeared in publications such as Analog and Interzone. She has authored a number of Star Wars novels, including the New York Times bestseller The Last Jedi. Maya lives in San Jose, California.


Bohnhoff combines well-paced adventure and double-crossing in her mystery debut.
Maya Bohnhoff has delivered a delightful mystery with an intrepid heroine who is part female Sam Spade and part Indiana Jones. A page-turner to the very end. A fast-paced, action-packed tale that will have you turning the pages into the wee hours of the morning. Sequel, please!--Julie McElwain, author of the Kendra Donovan Mystery Series
Witty, feisty, sassy--a character to give Philip Marlowe a run for his money any day of the week--Gina 'Tink' Miyoko is my new favorite heroine. With whip-smart crackling dialogue and a plot that could turn on a sixpence, this is a fine and exciting debut and a thrilling piece of modern crime writing. Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff, I salute you.--E.S. Thomson, author of the Jem Flockart series
A witty and thoroughly engaging page-turner that would make Lara Croft's head spin. Gina Miyoko is a unique, sassy, and very welcome addition to the top rank of fictional private eyes.--Zoë Sharp, author of the Charlie Fox thriller series
This energetic series launch from bestseller Bohnhoff introduces San Francisco PI Gina Miyoko. A tough, sassy, and relatable investigator, Gina drives a Harley, packs a baby blue Magnum, and is trained in the martial arts. Her rich backstory and family life adds unusual depth to a fun story. Readers will want to see a lot more of Gina.
An entertaining debut introducing PI Gina "Tinkerbell" Miyoko. Gina is a unique series lead, but she sweeps across the pages like an adrenalin-fueled soul sister of Janet Evanovich's flamboyant characters, presented in an equally biting and outrageous narrative that turns on a dime. A promising start to an exciting new series with plenty of crossover YA appeal.
Action-packed. Gina's mixed heritage and insatiable curiosity make her a wildly entertaining character, sure to appeal to fans of Stephanie Plum.
The Antiquities Hunter is a great read, with a mystery that kept me guessing. I love feisty Gina Miyoko, I could read her all day! She is intriguing, exciting, witty and cool. Next one please!--Tessa Lunney, author of April in Paris, 1921