The Lost Sisterhood: A Novel

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Oxford professor Diana Morgan has been obsessed with the Amazons for her entire life, ever since her thought-to-be-crazy Granny claimed to have been one. When a mysterious organization offers her the chance of a lifetime – possible proof that the Amazons actually existed – she can’t resist. In Northern Africa, she is teamed up with Nick Barran, her guide, who has an agenda of his own. Before she knows it, Diana is sucked into the treasure hunt of a lifetime, tracing the path of Amazon queen Myrina from Lake Tritonis to Crete to Mycenae and to Troy, searching for clues to the elusive history of the Amazons and the secret treasure they may have hidden away from time. Along the way, she is shadowed by mysterious forces that don’t seem to want her to find the truth. At the same time, we see the story from Myrina’s own eyes as she builds up this sisterhood while embracing her own passions.

If you are looking for a riveting historical mystery, pick up The Lost Sisterhood! This fantastic novel will have you hooked from the very beginning. Alternating between Diana’s narrative and Myrina’s story, we follow this plausible history of these legendary warriors through time and across the Mediterranean Sea. Here’s hoping Diana and Nick return for more adventures in the future!

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 608 pages
Publisher Ballantine Books
Publish Date 2014-Feb-11
ISBN 9780345536228 Buy this Book
Issue July 2014
Category Historical Fiction


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