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Etruscan Evenings lies in the sensuous curvature of ancient and present day Italy. The sequel to Cairo Diary: an Egyptian fable, follows the life of anthropologist Dr. Justine Jenner after she is expelled from Egypt in the wake of discovering and making public the controversial diary of the Virgin Mary. Exiled into Tuscany, Jenner finds herself embroiled in three interwove ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Authorhouse
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Kathryn Cody
Learned a great deal about Etruscan culture, Italians and much much
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Catherine Miller
was hooked into the Cairo Codex by Linda Lambert because it has everything I am looking for in a book. A great story line, interesting history, and a setting in another land. This book takes us to Italy (ahh) and is just as good as the first. Even some romance thrown in. It follows a 20 something young woman on a quest - to prove a historical theory, to uncover secrets from her families past, and to leave the nest and venture out on her own. Remarkable writing. I am looking forward to the third ...more
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Linda Lambert earned her Ed.D. at the University of San Francisco and is Professor Emeritus from California State University, East Bay, and a full time author. Her new novel, The Italian Letters--the sequel to award-winning, The Cairo Codex--will be released October, 2014. Linda’s career has included the following roles: social worker, teacher, principal, district and county directors of professor ...more
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