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Enlisted by the Japan Buddhist Federation to catalog a number of ancient shrines dotted across Nepal, archaeologist Annja Creed is honored to help. Political violence has prompted the Federation to protect holy sites from desecration and vandalism, and Annja is their last hope to properly conserve these sites.Where there's vandalism, there's plundering, and local police so ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 7th 2009 by Gold Eagle (first published July 1st 2009)
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**Synopsis** Enlisted by the Japan Buddhist Federation to catalog a number of ancient shrines dotted across Nepal, archaeologist Annja Creed is honored to help. Political violence has prompted the Federation to protect holy sites from desecration and vandalism, and Annja is their last hope to properly conserve these sites.

Where there's vandalism, there's plundering, and local police soon become suspicious of Annja's presence. But she is more concerned about the antiques smugglers and Maoist guer
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Kathy Davie
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Lindig
I wondered how I had missed a series of such length. After reading the back, I thought, well, this sounds interesting (woman archaeologist who inherited the sword of Joan of Arc). The archaeology turns out to be the excuse for travel, kickass fights, and dalliance (who turns out to be an incarnation). A certain air of realism must be maintained for books like these to work, and while a praiseworthy effort was made, the overall feel was insubstantial. Too bad; it was a nice idea.
Mickey Reed
Why would she think that she can continue as an undercover archeologist?? She's the host of a TV show for christsake. Whatever. And I was upset that her love interest didn't stick around. This poor woman. She's delusional.
Erik Weingardt
This book had lots of action, primarily gun shooting and a little sword play. A decent book and kept me fairly entertained. I'm interested in the first book of this series to find out how she obtained her sword.
Mary
Lots of action, which made it good.
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