By Alex Archer, Mel Odom
During this electrifying new novella, heroine Annja Creed uncovers another one in every of history's monsters.
From the outdated testomony comes a brand new danger...
Fighting skeletons in Addis Ababa isn't in Annja's agreement. specifically whilst they're "entertainment" rigged by way of an obnoxious radio DJ through the filming of the television exhibit she hosts, Chasing History's Monsters. however the unintended discovery of an historical clay brick turns the prank into lethal peril for the intrepid archaeologist.
If Annja's droop is true, the brick is in basic terms the 1st key to a better discovery: the Tower of Babel. Now, with Joan of Arc's sword in hand and killers at her heels, she needs to race around the center East to resolve the puzzle first. Enemies and allies will face off opposed to each one other--and themselves. to outlive, Annja should defeat them all...because in spite of everything there should be just one winner.
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Ruby proved adept at cooking up a quick meal with the tinned food that was lying in the cartons. " asked Amit admiringly. " "I don't have a mother," said Ruby, digging into the mixture of baked beans and bacon which was garnished with crisp cornflakes since there was no bread. Amit stopped eating and looked at her with deep sympathy in his eyes. " in a soft voice and a different tone altogether. " "Oh, I don't know. I mean, she died when I was very young, but I don't know how. Papa and I have been together always.
She walked all the way back and climbed the stairs herself. " he said, in an anxious whisper, "wake up! I have brought you a change of clothes. " Ruby sat up groggily, leaning heavily on him and almost pulling him down in the process. "Everything aches," she murmured. " " G o into the bathroom and clean up," he instructed her. Just see that you don't make a sound with the mugs. Don't even open the tap too much or the sound of running water gurgling down the drain will make the man suspicious. There is no one here but the leader—and he is on the verandah.
He could hear the sound of doors being unlatched and thrown open with a bang and he kne w that, whoever it was, he had to see that Ruby made no noise. S h e was breathing heavily now, almost in gasps, and from time to time, she would mutter something. Suppose she spoke as the people who owned those 58 thudding feet, came up the stairs. They would hear her! He crouched next to her, his hand near her face. He listened to the noise from below. As yet, no words had been exchanged, but he knew it could not be people who were concerned about him or Ruby, or who suspected that they were holed up in the house.