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    Took a chance,was worth it!

    This was a great story and a good read. I plan to read the rest of the series. Gideon Oliver is quite a character, very smart, with a good mind. Try this, I think you’ll enjoy it!
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    Still interesting!

    mystery, myths-legends, anthropologist, romance I still like this one even after a number of years. I'd forgotten the romance novel stuff, but I was more than happy to reread all of the anthro. It was nice hearing about University of Wisconsin and Gideon's friends in anthropology and the FBI. The mystery was solid with good writing and problem solving. Joel Richards did a nice job of narrating.
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    The Dark Place

    Great story with likeable characters. Learned a lot about ancient peoples while reading.
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    Well constructed and enjoyable

    A different kind of mystery. Characters are likeable and well drawn; the anthropology is always interesting; the story is well told and has enough twists in the tale to keep you going. The language is typical of its time (early 1980s) but once you get past that, a very good read.
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