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In this final installment of the Transylvanian Trilogy, childhood friends Marina and Cristina become amateur investigators, traveling from New York City and Paris to Istanbul to learn more about a web of crime among the countries' leaders. Romanian leader Ceausescu had traveled to Tehran three days before he was executed on Christmas day, 1989, with suitcases filled with gold—gold that was never found. In their travels, the women risk their lives but deepen their friendship. Treasure Seekers explodes with crime, passion, and a love story for the ages. But above all, it is about uncovering political truths.
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Roberta Seret, Ph.D., is the founder and executive director of the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) at United Nations, International Cinema Education Organization and the Director of ESL and Film for the Hospitality Committee of the United Nations. She is an adjunct instructor at New York University in English and has published various articles in film review for the Journal of International Criminal Justice and Oxford University Press. Her work in the United Nations Global Classroom has been praised by various influential Americans, including Michelle Obama, Mike Bloomberg, and Caroline Kennedy. The Transylvanian Trilogy is her first fiction series. She resides in New York City with her husband, and has two sons. Learn more about the Transylvanian Trilogy at transylvaniantrilogy.com and connect with Seret on Facebook.