Atlantean Magicians and the Dead Sea Scrolls in Amy Kuivalainen's New Release THE SEA OF THE DEAD
The Magicians of Venice is an exciting treasure-hunt adventure series blending mystery and intrigue with age-old legends, magic, and romance, while redefining the female archaeologist stereotype.
By: BHC Press
"I love immersing myself in the study of ancient history and artifacts and this book is inspired by my own studies and research into the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Essene people, and Near Eastern ancient history," says author Amy Kuivalainen. "I'm also excited to give my readers the opportunity to learn more about all the characters they've met so far."
Penelope has accepted her role as the new Archivist for the magicians, but with war brewing with the priests of Thevetat and the tide of magic on the rise, she's going to have to learn her way around her new and dangerous world if she has any hope of outsmarting their enemies. To defeat Thevetat and his followers, they'll need to find a weapon capable of ending him for good, and as her old life collides with her new, Penelope will pay the ultimate price to keep the secrets of the magicians safe.
The bestselling series will appeal to a large fanbase, including fans of Indiana Jones, Robert Langdon, the TV series Dig and The Magicians.
The Sea of the Dead (BHC Press) is available in hardcover, trade softcover, and ebook at book retailers everywhere.
Booksellers, librarians, and retailers can purchase copies though Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Gardners, Overdrive, Perma-Bound, and Hoopla. For more information, visit: https://www.bhcpress.com/
"…lives up to its predecessor. Kuivalainan is working in a new space in urban fantasy, one that includes sweet romance, mystery, mythology, and alternative history elements, which only expands the series' appeal." —Booklist
"To put it simply, Amy Kuivalainen has hit it out of the park again…" —Escape Reality Open a Book
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