His scarred face and a short footage of the riot are the evidence he means to use to persuade her to help him without probing his reasons. What he doesn't expect to hear is that a product of ancient myths and legends is causing these deadly riots. And that another crackpot academic spent ten years chasing after this mythological deity. But twenty-four hours later, when a peaceful rally at the Mall in Washington disintegrates into murderous riot that leaves hundreds dead and thousands injured.
Carter is forced to consider the unthinkable: What if the product of ancient myths and legends somehow made it on to the US soil...?
Ribbons of Death - available at amazon.com
- File Size: 1784 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1625261896
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Summer Solstice (February 4, 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
This book was a wonderful read but a bit slow at the beginning, but If you love myths and legends then this is the novel for you. Once I got passed the second chapter there was no stopping, I had to finish this book. See I love Indiana Jones and I must say that Ribbons of Death will cure the itch for some of you Dr. Henry Watson Jr. fans. The plot is well developed and the depth of descriptions of the places, people, and culture will teleport you to Cairo. The characters are well developed and the novel is well written. You don't have to take my word for it, get your copy today and be swept away on a grand adventure. I now am a fan of Edita A. Petrick and you will see more reviews of her works by me and hopefully we will see more of agent Timothy J. Carter in the near future.