It’s a case of controlling parents and arranged marriages with twist after curse after betrayal for Aiden Connolly and Theodora O’Toole, as Kennedy Bennett does her best to survive attacks and kidnappings and salvage a quartet of cursed paintings.
He’s old money, and he wants Kennedy to provide all the furniture, antique mind you, for a too-modern office into an employee lounge that can double as a place to entertain clients. Not. It’s a mission of acquisition that will, hopefully, find Kennedy’s kidnapped sisters. And hope the gods don’t interfere.
Banned from Egypt, Amelia Peabody and Emerson head to Palestine to dig up the Ark of the Covenant and spy on the seemingly inept Morley for British Intelligence.
Readers have long wondered what befell the Emerson clan during the years before the Great War. Now, at last, the silence is broken and the truth revealed of a perilous journey to a secret and mysterious place hidden deep in the heart of the unforgiving desert. Propelled by loyalty and spurred on by lies and treachery, they discover a nest of vipers, a dark past, and a shocking mystery — and a loved one may be lost forever.
Amelia and her dashing husband Emerson set off for a promising archaeological site in the Sudan, only to be unwillingly drawn into the search for an African explorer and his young bride who have been missing for 12 years.
Building the towers had doomed the Academia. Killing Candallar now has only made things worse with Bellusdeo and Sedarias contesting for its captaincy. If there were ever a time for Shadow to strike, it’s now, when alliances are fractured and the Tower is vulnerable for the first time in centuries. More than ever, Kaylin needs her friends to work together if they’re going to be able to stop the threat to Elantra.
The long-awaited founding of Valdemar comes to life in this new subseries in the Valdemar universe from Mercedes Lackey.