Expedition Indigo

  • by Stacy Allen
  • Narrated by Kristin Kalbli
  • 10 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Riley Cooper is offered the chance of a lifetime: to find the Crux Fidelis, the coronation cross of Charlemagne. Under Water Sea Adventures members believe they have found the remains of the Indigo, a heavily laden cargo ship commissioned by Charlemagne and presumed lost on its maiden voyage off the coast of Southern Italy in the early 800s. If Riley can find the cross, it will prove Charlemagne's coronation as the First Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day had not been a spontaneous act but rather a desperate political maneuver by a pope in need of protection. When Riley joins UWSA off the coast of Sorrento, Italy, tensions and tempers fly as a competing team arrives in search of the treasure, and an approaching hurricane gains strength and heads straight toward the dive site. And when one of the crew is murdered, Riley must find the strength to fight back and keep the treasure out of the other team's hands.

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Stacy Allen and Clive Cussler walked into a bar...

Take Hedy Lamarr, Dirk Pitt, Nora Charles, Adrian Monk, and Barbara Tsakiris and reform them into one character, and you get Riley Cooper!
Academia, underwater adventure, villains, car chases, murder and attempted murder are the ingredients in this well crafted novel populated with friends, foes, romantic interest, and even the Vatican.
Kristin Kalbli is the audio performer magnifica who brings each character into sharp focus and excitement into the narrative.
This is a book not to be missed!
I am grateful to have been gifted with this book courtesy of AudioBook Blast
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- Jan

Wonderful Debut

If you could sum up Expedition Indigo in three words, what would they be?

Splendid Narration & Story


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This was a superb first in the series. The opening with the shipwreck absolutely hooked me from the start. It set a wonderful tone and mood that carried throughout the story. It's easy to get super cheesy in this genre, but Allen avoided nearly all the cliches. The narration by Kalbli was also spot on. Here voices sounded authentic, her diction was great, and she enunciated perfectly. I'll be on the look out for more narrated titles by Kalbli and looking forward to the next in the series (hopefully by the same narrator).

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- Daphne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-02-2015
  • Publisher: ListenUp Audiobooks