Shadows on the Aegean by Suzanne Frank

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Time traveller Chloe Kingsley thinks she's returning from the splendour of ancient Egypt to her artist's life in Dallas. But she wakes up in ancient Crete as the seer of a sensual empire whose fall she foresees in visions of blood and fire.

About Suzanne Frank

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Frank is a newspaper and magazine journalist who has traveled extensively in Egypt, Greece, and Israel.
Published October 31, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 496 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Part Mary Renault, part Jacqueline Susann, Frank delights in re-imagining (sometimes pulpishly) lost rituals of love, power and religion, but she also finds moments of refreshing humor in the contrast between Chloe's modern sensibility and ancient manners.

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