It seems odd to talk about what's new in archaeology but there are new discoveries coming to light all the time. This one is exciting!
I have always been fascinated by stories like this on. It brings up many questions.
Jill Moss likes to travel as much as the next person, in fact, perhaps more than the next person. But she would prefer not to risk her life when she goes somewhere.
Neil Bryant is no stranger to danger and actually pays it very little attention. He has a good idea what his destiny is and believes that he's going to be here for a while, wherever "here" is. As a leading archaeologist studying Meso-American and Caribbean cultures and ruins, he often finds himself in unsavory situations. Since his niece, Jill, is frequently his go-to person when he needs a hand, she sometimes ends up on some pretty shaky ground too, from time to time.
The fabled Indigo Beach is one of those places that no one know is there until it's too late to escape. Not that you'd want to, since it is fabulous – icing sugar sand, turquoise seas, gentle breezes making the palm fronds sway – until something happens and it doesn't feel quite so idyllic.
Indigo Beach is the third book in the Jill Moss Adventures series. Book one, Picking up the Pieces and book two, The Glass Dolphin, are available from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Kindle, and Smashwords as well as other e-book sellers.
There is something strange going on at the home of Jeffrey Walsh, media tycoon and owner of the secluded private retreat named Caranday.
As an artist specializing in portraits of every kind, it's not unusual that I am commissioned to create a portrait of someone's most prized possession – their home.
As the story of Indigo Beach begins, my portrait commission to create several views of Caranday for Mr. Walsh seems like a working vacation made in heaven. But things are not always what they seem.
Watch for Indigo Beach, the new novel in Jill Moss Adventures, coming soon.
Neil Bryant is a pre-eminent Mesoamerican archaeologist usually found trekking through steaming jungles and brushing dirt off ancient artifacts.
So what is he doing underwater? In the upcoming third novel in Jill Moss Adventures series, Neil's friend and Caribbean treasure-hunter, Quentin McSweeney, needs help and calls in Neil, Jill and the rest of the team.
The new title is Indigo Beach. Where is it? And what has McSweeney found? Stay tuned.
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