By Alex Archer, Jon F. Merz
Males could do something for it…but one lady will be sure its fate
Steeped in legend, the Pearl of Palawan has a heritage marked by means of destruction, vengeance and love. yet extra very important, the legendary black pearl is rumored to supply an influence lengthy coveted by means of mankind—immortality. it's a strength males may possibility demise to achieve.
Sun, sand and scuba diving within the Philippines definitely appeared like a great holiday. yet after a way-too-close-for-comfort come upon with a tiger shark, archaeologist Annja Creed reveals herself drawn right into a staff of German divers. they're treasure hunters trying to find the fabled pearl. Out of interest, Annja accompanies them. but if an previous pal of hers turns up by surprise, she reveals herself torn among her previous and new acquaintances.
The race is directly to own the pearl. yet not anyone realizes the genuine nature of the artifact, or the chance it poses to all of them.
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Extra info for The Oracle's Message (Rogue Angel, Book 32)
How did Mr. Grimby know to ask Mrs. Heaster about her story? It was not commonly known as far as I could tell, especially not here in Lewisburg. Certainly neither she nor Mr. ” Holmes ate a bit of roast duck and washed it down with wine before he answered. “Does it matter how he found out? ” I opened my mouth to reply that it surely did matter when an odd thought struck me dumb. I gaped accusingly at Holmes and set my knife and fork down with a crash. “If it was someone on this physical plane who tipped him off then it was criminal to do so!
Once more I opened my mouth to protest, but then a chill wind seemed to blow through the room, making the curtains dance and causing the candle flames to flicker, and in that moment I could feel the heat of my outrage and anger leak out of me. Holmes cut another slice of duck and ate it, his glittering dark eyes dancing with a strange humor. I followed the line of his gaze and saw that he was looking at the curtains, watching as they settled back into place; and then the chill of the room seemed to touch my chest like the cold hand of a dead child over my heart.
I pleaded with Mr. Preston to let me tell my tale during this trial and he refused. I fear he was afraid that my words would make you laugh at me. I believe Mr. Grimby placed me on the stand for those very reasons. And yet I hear no laughter, I see no smiles. Perhaps it is that you, like I, do not find the terrible and painful death of an innocent girl to be a source of merriment. In any case, I have had my say, and for that I thank Mr. Grimby and this court. At least now, no matter what you each decide, my daughter has been heard.
The Oracle's Message (Rogue Angel, Book 32) by Alex Archer, Jon F. Merz