A wide-eyed paleographer from Antares arrives on the Greek isles to study ancient inscriptions with a sharp-tongued communications professor. Blundering through the lexical labyrinth, they discover love among the runes--and a thread of deception that leads straight to interplanetary disaster. Will the amiable alien save the day by revealing his semantic secrets, or will the censorious Antarans throw the book at him? Will the professor of pictographs see the light? Fire up your universal translators, it�s Prometheus, Bloodied but Unbound!
|Product dimensions:||5.36(w) x 8.12(h) x 0.36(d)|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Her most recent short story, When the Apricots Bloom, was published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (July/Aug 2010) and nominated for a Barry Award for Best Mystery Short Story of 2010.