In this gripping new audiobook in the New York Times best-selling series, Lady Emily travels to Greece, where a ghost from her past returns to haunt her amid the ruins.
On a quest to distract her lifelong friend Jeremy from his recent heartbreak, Lady Emily organizes a holiday in Greece. As a lover of all things Greek, she quickly finds herself occupied with tours of ancient ruins; lively debates with Margaret, a devoted Latinist; and slightly more scandalous endeavors with her dashing husband, Colin Hargreaves.
But the pleasantries are brought to an abrupt halt when a man long believed dead greets the party at their island villa. Lord Philip Ashton, Colin's childhood best friend and Emily's first husband, has returned. But can Philip really be who he claims, even if he has the scars and stories to prove it? Where has he been all this time? And will his undying love for Emily drive him to claim what's his?
Intrigue mounts as Philip reveals that he has been plagued for the past few years by an illegal antiques trader who believes he is in possession of a piece of Achilles' helmet, a priceless relic that was stolen from him moments after he unearthed it on an archaeological dig. Emily must employ all of her cunning and expertise to thwart thieves who threaten not only her own safety but that of those precious artifacts she holds so dear. A trail of overheard conversations, murderous assailants, and dead bodies leads her on a chase to uncover more than one buried truth.
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Great story poorly read
Fun engaging mystery.
This book follows the style of Tasha's earlier books in a very welcome manner.
Orlagh Cassidy. The performance of Bianca Amato was full of odd gaps and pauses in the wrong location in a sentence or thought. These mistimed gaps caused the meaning to be initially blurred. Very noticeable and increasingly annoying.
Yes, very engaging. Good pace, fun listen. The characters were interesting and well formed. Many openings for future books to continue the Lady E saga.