Servant of the Skull (Skullspeaker Series, #1)

Servant of the Skull (Skullspeaker Series, #1)

by Edita A. Petrick

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Overview

This Supernatural Mystery Will Keep Guessing...

How Much Can You Really Know About the Dead?

Gianna Pontiac's job, and her destiny, is to uncover the truth about the dead. As a forensic anthropologist Gianna is always handling the bones of the deceased and working to recreate a likeness of what they once looked like. Her work is remarkably accurate because Gianna has a secret.

The moment she touches the bones of the dead she has flashes of visions, impressions, of the last moments in the lives of the skull's owner. Often, the last moments are peaceful. But, sometimes the last moments are marred with terror and violence. Gianna relives these last moments with the slightest touch of her fingers to the bones.

When Gianna is dispatched to Greece for a routine assignment to reconstruct the skulls of three victims from an airplane crash, she has no idea what dangers await her. Someone will do anything to keep those victims from being identified and to keep the ancient secret those identities threaten to expose. Will Gianna's hidden talents be enough to keep her safe and to solve the ancient mystery or will the forces of secrecy succeed in silencing her?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152686722
Publisher: Edita A. Petrick
Publication date: 09/03/2015
Series: Skullspeaker Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 425,753
File size: 531 KB

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Servant of the Skull (Skullspeaker Series, #1) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
SuperReaderTA More than 1 year ago
Great start to a new series - I love author Edita Petrick's books and am a big fan of her Stella Hunter mystery series. I was thrilled to see a new series released and found "Servant of the Skull" to easily live up to what I've come to expect from Petrick. Gia is an anthropologist who specializes in forensics. She is enticed, against her better judgment, into taking an assignment in Greece which turns into an incredible supernatural adventure and a pretty dangerous mystery involving a group of skulls. There was some great history combined with another very original tale that kept me engaged from start to finish. Looking forward to the next adventure from this talented author.
Anmol More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down. Want to read more n more to know what is going to happen ahead. Highly Recommended book ....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Servant of the Skull is a good beginning to the Skullspeaker Series. The characters are sympathetic, and the story makes you curious to see what will happen next.
Laura-143 More than 1 year ago
Great start to a new series - I love author Edita Petrick's books and am a big fan of her Stella Hunter mystery series. I was thrilled to see a new series released and found "Servant of the Skull" to easily live up to what I've come to expect from Petrick. Gia is an anthropologist who specializes in forensics. She is enticed, against her better judgment, into taking an assignment in Greece which turns into an incredible supernatural adventure and a pretty dangerous mystery involving a group of skulls. There was some great history combined with another very original tale that kept me engaged from start to finish. Looking forward to the next adventure from this talented author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book off of amazon but I would love to come over here to write a review! This was a very well written and excellent story. The author has a lot of talent and I can't wait to purchase more of their books! I highly recommend this book for everyone.
Laurenreads1 More than 1 year ago
Author Edita A. Petrick offers up a fictional serving of mystical intrigue inside of the pages of Servant of the Skull, Book 1. Cast in the backdrop of the fascinating world of forensics, what I appreciated most was the strong female protagonist armed with the gift of reliving the final moments of the victims that she encounters in her occupation. No spoiler here, just know that this is where the magic in this story lies. This read was a satisfying thrill, one that I highly recommend.