Death in The Aegean

Death in The Aegean

by M A Monnin
Death in The Aegean

Death in The Aegean

by M A Monnin


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When private banker Stefanie Adams travels to Greece on vacation, she is suspected of murdering a wealthy bride who accused her deceased father of artifact theft. Unfortunately, the bride's accusation also ties Stefanie, a former archaeology student, to the robbery of a newly discovered gold statue, the Akrotiri Snake Goddess. With two high-profile crimes to solve, Greek police are under pressure, and both crimes lead straight to Stefanie.

Then her own life is threatened, and Stefanie must rely on her bank training for spotting potential criminals to identify which of her fellow travelers is the real killer. Is it the now-wealthy bridegroom? The popular travel blogger whose career the dead woman ruined, or the light-fingered British backpacker with an eye on the victim's valuable jewelry? Or could it be the flirtatious German tourist who is clearly after more than romance?

Caught up in a web of international intrigue, theft, and murder, Stefanie doesn't know who to trust. Not everyone is what they seem, and as charming Thomas Burkhardt warns, Where Greed Leads, Murder Follows...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781685121044
Publisher: Level Best Books
Publication date: 05/19/2022
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 508,688
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

M. A. Monnin has been a traveler all her life, living in West Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, and England. An avocational archaeologist, she attributes her fascination with archaeology to her childhood in Germany, where she visited medieval churches, castles, and villages. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies and Black Cat Mystery Magazine, and her nonfiction articles cover Victorian reception of Ancient Egypt, detective fiction, and gardening. A board member of the Midwest Chapter of MWA, Mary is also a member of ITW, SinC, SMFS, and RWA and is a trustee of the Kansas City Archaeological Society. She divides her time between writing, traveling, and hiking. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri with husband Bob and Siberian huskies Anubis and Nikita.
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