Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Last Breath by Mariah Stewart

Review by Marilyn Woods:

A renowned archaeologist Dr, Daria McGowan is preparing to plan and implement an exhibit featuring artifacts discovered a century before by her grandfather on an archeological dig. During her inventory, she finds some pieces are missing. Daria and a recent acquaintance, FBI Agent Connor Shields, search for the missing artifacts. During their search they encounter mysterious characters, ritual murders based on the rituals of the ancient civilization, and romance.

I liked this book because the main characters were likeable, believable and I could emphasize with them. “Last Breath” was both a good romance and mystery-one I couldn’t solve until the end. This book is part of a series but can stand alone, and can be recommended to anyone who likes romantic suspense novels.