New Rogue Angel adventure available March 10.
Who’s involved with this?
Someone beyond the university, certainly, otherwise she wouldn’t be the target of Arab martial-arts masters. University of Sydney professors didn’t strike her as the types to bring in hired assassins.
She stepped into another chamber, this one much smaller than the first one. It smelled ghastly, and a pan of the light showed why. The ceiling had spiderweb cracks in it. Water had trickled through and ruined the goods arrayed on the floor—long-rotted animal hides, bodies wrapped in cloth, which from their outlines looked to be nothing more than skeletons, jars that had been filled with grain and other foodstuffs and that now contained only mold.
“Ugh,” Annja pronounced. Now it was definitely time to leave.
She spun and blinked furiously, meeting another beam of light—this one aimed right at her eyes.
“Put your flashlight down and put your hands up!”
Because the light had practically blinded her, Annja couldn’t see the speaker, but she guessed it was the man she’d followed. He’d gotten behind her and hidden, waited for the right time to approach.
“Drop it now!” he ordered.
Annja had no choice but to comply.
Look for Eternal Journey wherever books are sold beginning March 10