The Matador's Crown (Rogue Angel, Book 38)

Alex Archer, Michele Hauf


a call for participation too impossible to resist to refuse from the Museum of Cadiz leads archaeologist Annja Creed to the sun-drenched southern coast of Andalucia, Spain. In a quarter wealthy in Moorish and Roman ruins, she leaps on the likelihood to affix a dig around the Bay of Cadiz, the place she reveals a bronze bull statue that makes the full journey worthy each minute. till the day after her discovery, while she sees an analogous artifact beside the physique of a lifeless Spaniard, killed via the estocada, the ultimate sword thrust utilized by bullfighters to convey down the bull.

Whoever killed the fellow left transparent indicators of getting taken anything. And but the bronze bull remained. What used to be so invaluable the assassin selected it over a useful artifact? How had her locate come into this lifeless man's arms? With few leads and a becoming physique count number, Annja's research takes her via a colourful global of flamenco and bullfighting to a popular matador and an illegal—and deadly—collection of Visigoth votive crowns.

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