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It's not the ancient Roman history that intimidates Verity--even when that history takes the ghostly form of a slain Roman sentinel--it's her co-worker David Fortune, who frustrates her with his remoteness.
As the group of archaeologists strives to uncover the truth of the mysterious Roman campsite, science must contend with the paranormal. The ghost's appearances become more urgent and more chilling until Verity can no longer deny its message--someone is in great danger. Could the deadly warning be for her or for David? Somehow they'll have to communicate with each other, which is proving to be the biggest hurdle they face at the dig site...
The wild Scottish landscape is a perfect backdrop for intrigue, as Verity learns that outside the scientists laboratory the shadowy horses of history carry messages from the past. --This text refers to the Unbound edition.
Had a good story, strong characters, would recommend this to anyone looking to get lost in a good book, they are hard to find.Published 7 days ago by Julie M
After reading The Winter Sea, I wanted to read more books by Susanna Kearsley. I haven't read too many books by her, but I'm starting to see a patern with her writing. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Geowonderland
Susanna's Kearsley's "The Shadowy Horses," has a straightforward plot line that showcases the excitement of a good archeological dig, strong characters, a nice... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Robbi Perna, Ph.D. - Author and Lecturer
I read it quickly, but wanted it to go on. I'm ready to move to Scotland now. Beautifully written. I felt like I was there.Published 16 days ago by Mistifaery
I really enjoyed this novel! The archaeology aspect and the history of the Roman legion were very interesting. The 'eccentric' boss was a wonderful character. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Peggy
Just like all of Susan kearsley's books it was amazing! Again I learned lots of history while reading a wonderful bookPublished 23 days ago by Peggy W
I enjoy Susanna Kearsley's writing style, it is, for me, both informative & imaginative. This beautifully told tale weaves together history & creativity so well that the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by salburkles
I love Susanna Kearsley's books. History, suspense, and romance all in one book. I have read all her books and keep looking just in case I missed one. Read morePublished 24 days ago by firstname.lastname@example.org