In addition to being the author of The Find at Ephesus Richard Geldard is the author of five other books, three of which explore the spiritual philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson, America's prominent seer and visionary. Two other works reflect Geldard's interest in ancient Greek and early Christian cultural and religious experience. The first, The Traveler's Key to Ancient Greece, was originally published by Alfred Knopf and has recently been reissued by Quest Books. Also, a new commentary and translation of the fragments of Heraclitus of Ephesus, entitled, Heraclitus Remembered, is due this spring from Lindisfarne Press. Geldard earned his PhD from Stanford University in Drama and Classics. He lives in the Hudson Valley of New York with his wife, the artist and author Astrid Fitzgerald.
The Find at Ephesusby Richard Geldard
A devastating earthquake in Western Turkey near the famous sanctuary of the Earth Mother in Ephesus, draws two unlikely souls together in an adventure of spiritual and psychological discovery. Maia Spiros, Greek scholar and tour guide, struggles in the midst of a personal crisis when she meets young Tonio Fletcher, an American graduate student studying in Athens. Drawn together by forces unleashed in Turkey and on the island of Crete, Maia and Tonio find themselves tangled in a complex web of religious and archaeological intrigue.
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