When an earthquake in Paris sends museum curator Catrina Dauvergne into a lost catacomb filled with the skeletons of several dead women from the time of the French Revolution, she soon finds herself being chased by a religious madman out to regain the strange tiles and relics she found in the tomb. She must rely on archaeology student Rhys Pritchard to help her solve the mystery of why the women were beheaded and entombed and what the strange religious relics mean. Lost Calling (3), by Evelyn Vaughn, is a fast-paced, gripping tale. However, the descriptions in the book could have been a bit better -- there seems to be more telling than showing -- and the plot lacks resolution.
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Alexandra Kay