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In 1884, the world unites but division runs deep...

Eliot Story, a journalist from San Francisco, thought that she was traveling to Washington D.C. to cover the International Meridian Conference. Instead, she becomes embroiled in a plot stickier than the humidity of the east. From Africa to France, New York City to secrets buried deep in the past, there is much that Eliot w
Published October 17th 2017 by Pronoun (Macmillan)
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Nov 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
An exciting read that pulls you back in for more. I had a nice time reading this book. The pace was steady and kept you going - it never became dull and was always a pleasure to read.
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Megan Easley-Walsh is a bestselling author of historical fiction, a researcher, and a writing consultant and editor at She is an award-winning writer and has taught college writing in the UNESCO literature city of Dublin, Ireland. Her degrees are in history-focused International Relations. She is American and lives in Ireland with her Irish husband.
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