In this third book of the Lia Bracken series, Lia is shocked to find the eighth century Breton manuscript she has been translating gone from its locked glass case at the Ravensworth Museum. As she investigates, she uncovers a web of suspects, including Mathilda’s new boyfriend, the museum employees, and even the head of the board of directors. But as Lia delves deeper into the mystery, she realizes that someone may have a more sinister motive for taking the missing manuscript. Can she trust anyone at the museum, and can she solve the case in time to save her research and qualify for a prestigious fellowship? Or will the treacherous forces at play destroy everything she has worked for?
About Bailie Lawson
Bailie Lawson has always been interested in stories, both listening to them and telling them. She was born and went to school in Ireland and as an adult has lived in New York and the North-Eastern United States. She has worked as a psychotherapist and professor of psychology. She is the author of several novels including Well-Travelled Ancient Ancient Artifacts, Finding Juniper, Fanfare, The Imaginary Husband, Pixie Dust: Enchantment and It’s Consequences, Uncovering Julien’s Past, Una’s Journey, and Who Is Gigi?
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