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    This is a real adventure of a book

    Archaeologist Cassie Hunt is working on a dig in Italy when she gets word that her beloved Aunt Aggie, who raised her and her sister Lisa, is extremely sick and asking to speak to her. Heading home right away Cassie is shocked to see how bad it looks for her aunt, but more shocked at the secret her aunt reveals to her. Her aunt buried a secret many years ago in the catacombs near her home which are now being explored by Cassie’s school friend Noah. Aggie needs Cassie’s help to keep her secret but with dangers lurking for both her and Noah will she be able to help or is she putting herself in grave danger? Keeper of Secrets is unlike any book I have read before, possibly because I don’t recall reading a book featuring archaeology before. The plot is superb and had me rushing through the pages. It is an emotional roller coaster with suspense, intrigue, mystery, and thrilling moments in every chapter. Aggie’s story is raw and if you are an emotional person you just might shed a few tears at her past too. I certainly felt sorry for her and really hoped that Cassie and Noah were able to help with her last dying wish. This is a real adventure of a book. It is fast-paced and keeps you on your toes and the edge of your seat. I loved how there were plenty of subplots that weaved their way into the main, I also loved the opening scene from when Cassie was just eleven-years-old and being bullied at school, it set the story up perfectly and made you understand why Cassie was the way she was. My second book by author Lynda Stacey and I now can’t wait for the next.
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    Away from the sun

    This book opens in sunny Italy and moves to a cold Yorkshire. Cassie's work on a dig in Herculaneum is her dream, she is rudely awakened to reality by a phone call from home which shatters her dream. Her return to find her aunt seriously ill and wanting Cassie to fulfil her dying wish leads Cassie into a new life. The re-entry of Noah into this life opens more doors than one. This is a good read with an excellent story and a good romance. The story kept me turning the pages and entertained as I am sure it will you.
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    A really good read!

    I would certainly describe this book as a suspenseful good read. Cassie had a rough childhood in Doncaster, she and her sister were brought up by their aunt Aggie. She is now an archeologist, working in Italy, but gets called back to Yorkshire because her aunt is terminally ill and reveals a secret to Cassie. We are introduced to Noah, who Cassie knew at University, and who is now working on the sandstone tunnels, a male nurse who is not all he seems, and other characters. There is plenty of suspense, a basically true story about the sand tunnels, with a little invention about current excavations (artistic licence), a nice helping of romance, a really moving part (yes, I shed a tear or two), and a satisfactory ending. All things taken in account, I could recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the genre, it’s well worth reading.

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