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Printing Trades and Their Workers, The

by Clark, Florence

Condition: good+ /NO


Scranton PA: International Textbook Co.. 2nd. 1939. good+. Hardcover. 154pp; glossy paper; b/w photos; orange cover with black lettering is very soiled with stain bottom front corner; prev. owner's name in pencil on first page .

“A globetrotting adventure with shades of Dan Brown and Indiana Jones.” — Suspense Magazine In the silent caves of deepest France, young archaeologist Julia Kerrigan unearths an ancient skull with a hole bored through the forehead. Shortly after, her mentor is brutally murdered—by a seemingly supernatural killer. Meanwhile, in the jungle of Southeast Asia, photographer Jake Thirby undertakes a mysterious assignment for a beautiful Cambodian lawyer who is investigating mysterious findings at the two-thousand-year-old Plain of Jars. Linking the two is a strange, demonic woman—dazzling in her physical prowess and unstoppable in her hunger for vengeance. A seductive blend of global adventure, gothic horror, and ripped-from-the-headlines science, The Lost Goddess is an edge-of-your-seat thriller with shocking revelations on the history of human violence and guilt.




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