Camilla Haven is on holiday alone, and wishes for some excitement. No sooner has she written to her friend Elizabeth in England, than her life suddenly begins to take off and she finds herself in the midst of an adventure. A moment's impulse leads Camilla to volunteer to drive a hire car to Delphi. An impulse she quickly comes to regret. For ...
Camilla Haven is on holiday alone, and wishes for some excitement. No sooner has she written to her friend Elizabeth in England, than her life suddenly begins to take off and she finds herself in the midst of an adventure. A moment's impulse leads Camilla to volunteer to drive a hire car to Delphi. An impulse she quickly comes to regret. For not only are the dusty roads through the olive-clad hills full of pitfalls both literal and metaphorical, but they also lead her into a nightmare of danger and intrigue.
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Intrigue, love, and treasure in Delphi! This is only the fourth of Mary Stewart's books I've read, but it's one of my favorites.
Shortly after writing to a friend that "Nothing ever happens to me," Camilla Haven's luck changes: a case of mistaken identity brings her to a man named Simon, and together they discover that past tragedies have a bearing on present crimes.
Dec 31, 2010
Mary Stewart is a fabulous writer. I love all of her stories and have been rereading them for 45 years. My Brother Michael is one of her best! She is one of the all-time great authors!
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