The Nameless One

  • by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
  • Narrated by Susan Eichhorn Young
  • 1 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sometimes revenge can only be achieved with magic. Laura and Julian Bennet are husband and wife Egyptologists who're looking for the ancient tomb of a lost Egyptian lesser wife... one who'd been so evil and destructive her tomb has no name, she has no name.
She was a stunningly beautiful and sensual sorceress who once had her lover, Rameses II, under her evil love spell... until the more powerful Priests of Amun captured and locked her into a magical sarcophagus for all eternity. Or so they'd thought. But when Laura and Julian find her tomb, the price it costs them is far more than they were prepared to pay. Julian's life. Then Laura, heartbroken, must delve into the most dangerous of black magics to defeat the demon called the Nameless One, gain revenge, and put the demon back where she belongs.


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Customer Reviews

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Surprisingly erotic

This was a quick intense erotic listen, set in Egypt. In this book, a husband and wife set out to unveil the mystery around a sorceress and her death.

It’s graphic in parts and this adds to the intensity. Great listen but leaves you with many questions.

*I was given this audio free of change from the author in exchange for an unbiased review.*
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- Chocalicious

Great short story - both hot and chilling

I really liked this short story. I really love reading anything at all to do with Egypt, but I was a little worried that I wouldn't like this one since it was so short and was listed as "erotic." My worries were for naught. This book is definitely erotic, but I wouldn't classify it as "pornographic." While some of the images were disturbing, it was more for the sake of horror. This book is about a wife and husband Egyptologist who go on an excavation to uncover the mystery surrounding a "sensual sorceress," lover to Ramses II, and so evil that she was buried without any clues to her identity. The whole premise of this book is so extremely fascinating to me. I listened to the Audible version, narrated by
Susan Eichhorn Young, and was pleased with the narration. I would definitely listen to more books narrated by her, and I will definitely read more books by Kathryn Meyer Griffith. If anyone is interested in paranormal fiction, or books that take place in Egypt, this is definitely worth your time.
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- Leslie F.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-22-2013
  • Publisher: Kathryn Meyer Griffith