Unfettering Orion

Unfettering Orion

by Mary James

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Ellie Savelle is a well-respected archeologist working at the job of her dreams at an ancient Sumerian site in Ah Samawah Iraq. While on a break from the field she returns to her home in Minnesota to spend some time with Sean the love of her life, who is also an archeologist working to track down illegal sales of artifacts out of Lebanon. A sudden twist of fate occurs when Sean's flight back to the US goes down in the Atlantic. Ellie finds herself alone and heartbroken by the sudden tragedy, and also perplexed by a small package sent from Sean just before he had boarded the plane.

Ellie absorbs herself in her work, and takes a new job in Lebanon as she struggles to cope with Sean's loss. She starts working for Anthony Graves, Sean's old boss and is surprised when he has her researching fallen angels, and Giants. After a mysterious find in Lebanon, Ellie discerns that the site she is now working at is part of a black market operation that Sean may have been on to. Realizing that things don't add up she becomes suspicious about the circumstances surrounding Sean's death. What Ellie uncovers next not only raises more questions about Anthony's authenticity, and Sean's death but also her preconceptions about the past. She learns that though history may be carved in stone it is subject to interpretation and sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781771152471
Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 711 KB

About the Author

Mary James is a freelance writer, Author, Poet, and Co-editor of a newsletter. Her First Novel When Freedom Turned Green was published by Outskirts press in 2013. She has had several articles written about her in the Paradise Post, including “Local author spotlights ridge” and “Snapshots: Thinking about Survival.” Mary has also done speaking events for the local historical society, and the Magalia Beautification Association, about her book When Freedom Turned Green, and shared about survival and wild edible plants discussed in the book.

Mary James enjoys many types of writing including song writing and poetry. Her poem Voices of the Water was published in 2004 in a poetry anthology. Unlike Mary’s first novel which was a survival story, her newest project UnFettering Orion is the product of Mary’s love of archeology and science fiction. She enjoys history as a hobby and was intrigued by the many historical references to an ancient race of giants, which spawned her idea for writing the novel UnFettering Orion.

Spending her days writing in the rugged mountains of Northern California where she lives with her husband and five children, Mary James finds plenty of inspiration. She also enjoys being an amateur archeologist herself, and has even displayed her finds in the local museum. Mary James is also the Co-editor, of Mountain Memories which is the local historical society’s newsletter.

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