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Staff of Judea (Rogue Angel #41)

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The Staff of Aaron...the sword of Joan of Arc.After decoding an ancient scroll-one that purports to pinpont the treasure of the Jewish Temple, lost for two thousand years-archaeologist Annja Creed agrees to lead the party to recover the find in Judea. It's a perilous desert journey through sandstorms and bandits, and complicated by mysterious sabotage within the group, to ...more
Paperback, 317 pages
Published March 5th 2013 by Gold Eagle
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Kathy Davie
Nov 22, 2014 Kathy Davie rated it it was ok
Forty-first in the Rogue Angel urban fantasy series and revolving around archeologist, Annja Creed.

My Take
It's another Saturday-afternoon-at-the-B-movies with less of the drama than usual. Which is a weird thing for me to say since there is plenty of the usual tensions and dramas in Staff of Judea. It's possible that my lassitude is due to Annja's naiveté. After forty-some adventures, you'd think she'd by skeptical by now of gift horses. That she'd at least set up some backup measures.

That said,
Lianne Burwell
Jul 04, 2013 Lianne Burwell rated it really liked it
Shelves: adventure
I think I would say that Staff of Judea is the best of the Rogue Angel books of the last couple of years, ignoring one little 'acting stupid in order to advance the plot' element.

Annja is on vacation, and is recruited by her mentor/plague Roux to act as his agent in a negotiation over the sale of an artifact. Afterwards, she gets recruited to run an expedition to find a lost Jewish treasure that has been lost for centuries.

This is the stupid act. She doesn't immediately smell a rat when she gets
Jan 18, 2015 James rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Staff of Judea

Staff of Judea was very interesting . . . Love the ending it was very good . . Hope to see more
John Hanscom
Mar 22, 2013 John Hanscom rated it really liked it
A pretty exciting adventure story, though I wondered at the beginning, when the author has the main character, Anya, and another person swearing. I don't object to profanity, but, having read many of these silly, exciting novels - sort of my replacement for the TV show Buffy The Vampire Sayer, which I enjoyed - it was just out of character.
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Published March 5th 2013 by Gold Eagle (first published January 1st 2013)
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The first half was cat and mouse..It really picks up at the end though..
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