Off the coast of Georgia, archaeologist Lindsay Chamberlain excavates the 1558 wreck of a Spanish galleon. The ancient artifacts reveal evidence of a murder at sea. As she discovers clues to the identity of the four-hundred-year-old murderer, she is faced with modern-day pirates and two killings that appear to be tied to the excavation. Raging seas, pirates, snakes, and a ghost galleon make this an adventure for Lindsay like no other in her life.
About the Author
Beverly Connor is the author of fourteen novels in the Diane Fallon Forensic Investigation series and the Lindsay Chamberlain archaeology mystery series, and is co-author of Murder In Macon, and The Poplar Creek Murders with her husband Charles. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in archaeology, anthropology, sociology, and geology from The University of Georgia. Before she began her writing career, Beverly worked as an archaeologist in the southeastern United States, specializing in bone identification and analysis of stone tool debitage. Originally from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, she weaves her professional experiences from archaeology and her knowledge of the South into interlinked stories of the past and present. Beverly's books have been translated into German, Dutch, and Czech, and are available in standard and large print in the UK and in ebook format worldwide. Please visit her at beverlyconnor.net