Disappearing artifacts, jealous colleagues, and dead bodies-who says a museum curator's job is easy?Archaeologist and curator Lisa Donahue transports an Egyptian mummy to a Boston hospital for an X-ray. That evening, when she returns the artifact to her museum, Lisa discovers the bloodied body of a colleague in the mummy's vacated case. The two-thousand-year-old mummy contains an enigmatic clue that will help Lisa solve the murder and keep her job. But she must move fast-before someone turns her into a permanent exhibit."Wisseman does a great job of combining 'archaeology for dummies,' 'museum management for dummies,' and a great plot with lots of action and interesting characters to make her first Lisa Donahue mystery provocative, page-turning entertainment. It is always fun to read about mummies, and Wisseman corrects some of the folklore regarding archaeology and mummies. BOUND FOR ETERNITY is crisp and seductive."Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Archaeologist Sarah Wisseman writes the Lisa Donahue mysteries based upon her experiences working on excavations and in museums. Two of her books (Bound for Eternity and The Fall of Augustus) are set in a fictional Boston museum and two are set in the Middle East (The Dead Sea Codex and The House of the Sphinx). The fifth novel, The Bootlegger's Nephew, is a historical mystery set in Prohibition-era Illinois (www.sarahwisseman.com).