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The author has woven a compelling tale of mystery and suspense.... The international dealing in legal and illicit Asian antiquities is as much a part of the story as the characters themselves.

The characters are all very human: some evil, some loyal and courageous, and some vain and self-centered. Each character engages and holds the reader's interest, through the twists and turns of international intrigue. The action is fast-paced and compelling with surprising revelations about the strengths, weaknesses, and background of the characters as the story develops. The ending is satisfying, but unexpected, with surprises until the final page. Any fan of mystery and suspense will enjoy this compelling novel by a talented writer. [Donald R. Hayworth, Florida]

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Susan Barrett Price sketched scenes for this novel during her own road trip through Central Asia. She and her future husband endured landslides, village lockdowns, and cold-water shangri-las... bought ancient beads and carpets from refugees... survived being conned and being arrested. Price discovered that traveling the borderline between wonder and insanity creates the most anxious characters and the most chilling plots. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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