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LAST BREATH
by Mariah Stewart

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Suspense

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New York Times bestseller Stewart rounds out her most recent trilogy, revolving around the FBI-based Shields family, with this exciting and unusual novel. Modern archaeology collides with cult religious views -- which leads to spellbinding mystery and murder. Stewart is riding on a mighty large wave of hits.

SUMMARY: Following in the family
footsteps, Dr. Daria McGowan has become a world-renowned archaeologist. She receives an exciting opportunity to design a museum exhibit based
on the never-before-seen treasures
her grandfather found when he
discovered the lost city of Shandihar
a century earlier.

Upon learning that a number of valuable pieces are missing, Daria calls on "almost flame" Connor Shields, an FBI agent, for help. As Connor and Daria try to track the missing artifacts, they discover that the new owners have been ritualistically and brutally murdered. Is someone from an ancient cult exacting revenge? If so, then Daria, the granddaughter of
the man who found Shandihar, may
be a prime target. (BALLANTINE, Aug., 288
pp., $19.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: August 2007

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