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Treasures of the Deep Blue Sea

Roberta Franklin

Nikos and Sally are looking forward to enjoying their vacation together in Crete. While there, Sally discovers ancient carved figures on the sea bed. Where are they from?

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-155-8
Published : 26/07/2018
Pages : 205
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Roberta Franklin

Roberta Franklin, who was born in Germany in 1973 and studied History and English Literature in Munich, has been living in Greece since 1998. She has worked in various fields - as a journalist, as Social Hostess on a cruise ship, as an insurance agent - and during the past years she has been working as a freelance translator and a teacher of foreign languages. But her true passion has always been writing, and her favourite genre has always been romantic fiction.

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Nikos, a distinguished professor of archaeology, and Sally, his young assistant, are looking forward to enjoying their vacation together in Crete. They are keenly anticipating swimming together, eating together, and relaxing together - as well as hardly being able to keep their hands off each other. But neither of them could expect the surprising twists which their holiday takes. While scuba diving, Sally discovers ancient carved figures on the sea bed. Where are they from? Then, after having gone swimming, Sally disappears completely. Who is responsible? Is it Kostas, the young Cretan man who has already made his admiration for Sally very plain? The answer turns out not to be simple and to involve a long-lasting vendetta which brings Sally, Nikos, and the other central figures in this exciting and vividly-coloured story to the very brink of disaster.

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