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AuthorHouse, Jun 28, 2006 - Fiction - 212 pages
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Caroline should have known better than to trust Adren. She shouldn't have been drinking with him. And she shouldn't have let him feed her those illegal mushrooms. And she shouldn't have followed him on 'a quick journey.' Now she was alone and trapped in Ephesus-a city that should be nothing but ruins. But the great temple of Artemis was standing. The agoras were full of merchants shouting their wares, customers haggling over prices and clumsy, ox-driven carts. And the language of choice was a form of Greek that had passed out of usage two thousand years ago.

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J. Rosemary Moss is a keen student of religion, classical culture, history and mythology—not to mention an avid poker player, devout Mets fan and Bonanza adict. All of these interests find expression in her writing! She lives in New Jersey with a dog, a cat, two rats and two fish.

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