The Byzantine Connection In St Hedwig s Cathedral Detroit Carter witnesses the miracle of youth returned and stigmata where none should be The bleeding statue is no miracle it is the embodiment of an ancient curse that dra

  • Title: The Byzantine Connection
  • Author: Edita A. Petrick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In St Hedwig s Cathedral, Detroit, Carter witnesses the miracle of youth returned, and stigmata where none should be The bleeding statue is no miracle it is the embodiment of an ancient curse that draws people in by granting their deepest wishes but at the price of serving an evil force, ultimately paid for with their lives In a race against time to get to the bottom oIn St Hedwig s Cathedral, Detroit, Carter witnesses the miracle of youth returned, and stigmata where none should be The bleeding statue is no miracle it is the embodiment of an ancient curse that draws people in by granting their deepest wishes but at the price of serving an evil force, ultimately paid for with their lives In a race against time to get to the bottom of the mystery, Carter and Stella have only the words of old friend and priest Father Malvan to guide them yet he is long gone, turned monster then to dust.

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    1. "The Byzantine Connection“ is the third installment of the Stella Hunter mystery.The Cover: It looks interesting with the golden mask and the dark haired woman. The typeface is elegant in blue and gold, which reflect the colours of the mask. There is also gold dust around the edges of the mask and face.The Plot: Carter and Stella are in the Detroit’s Saint Hedwig’s church to talk with Father Malvan. Farther Malvan was an old friend she met 24 years ago when she was finishing her doctorate [...]

    2. I had to think a bit on how to word my review on the Byzantine Connection. I recommend you read the first two books: Ribbons of Death and The Harmony Scroll. The twists, turns, mythology and legends will make a lot more sense if you start from the beginning. Dr Stella Hunter is a respected scholar, professor and writer in the field of Egyptian history focusing on mythology and legends. Stella and her partner, Tim Carter, are once again on the hunt for the bad guys who are attempting to bring the [...]

    3. Book Review: The Byzantium Connection by Edita PatrickReview by Dawn Thomas328 PagesPublisher; Digital ServicesMystery, Thriller, Suspense, Women Sleuths, Fantasy, Mythology, EgyptianIn the first two books, we followed Carter and Dr. Stella Hunter as they found and tried to neutralize the curse of the Peacetaker. The story begins with Cater waiting in a church while Stella is doing research. Also in the church is an older couple. As they walk towards to Carter, they are growing younger with eac [...]

    4. The Ribbons of Death, the first book of the Peacetaker series, introduces the world of Egyptian gods and presents the frightening Peacetaker, a victim of a curse that kills people simply passing by. The Second Book, The Harmony Scroll offers him the freedom from the curse.Now, the Byzantine Connection gives punishment to the real responsible for thousands of death.The three books start a story and take it to the closing action. The Byzantine Connection's plot is easy to follow even if you didn't [...]

    5. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This is the first book I’ve read by Edita A. Petrick, and although it is the third book in the Stella Hunter Mystery series it stands up very well on its own. A fast-paced jaunt around the world in a style reminiscent of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon with a large twist of George Lucas’ Indiana Jones. The mystery evolves throughout the story heading towards its terrifying conclusion when there is a sudden twist which changes everyth [...]

    6. OwhSorry th is book was not for me struggling all the way throughout the book perhaps I should have read book one

    7. The Byzantine Connection by Edita A. Petrick is a different story than what many are used to. Stella Hunter is a mythology academic PHd and obsessive reader of all myths and legends. She and her longtime boyfriend, Carter, go to visit their old friend and priest at his church. There the journey begins when Carter sees an old Oriental couple pray, then leave the worship decades younger than when they walked in minutes before. Their story surrounds a bizarre and poorly chiseled granite statue d [...]

    8. This is a brilliant series that has really captured my attention. It’s definitely a series that you want to start on book 1, so you don’t miss anything of this wonderful plot and great characters. Book 1 is ‘Ribbons of Death’ & book 2 is ‘The Harmony Scroll’, and they are both well worth a read. One of the things that sets this series apart and makes it such an enjoyable read, is that you never really know when the curse of the Peacetaker is going to pop up. I quite enjoy the his [...]

    9. Before I start my review, I would like to thank Edita A. Petrick for allowing me to review The Byzantine Connection.**All opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone. I received The Byzantine Connection from Edita A. Petrick for free for my honest and unbiased review**Now, onto my review:This book takes place a year or so after The Harmony Scroll ends. I was delighted to find out that Carter and Stella are officially a couple…mething that Stella has trouble coming to terms with duri [...]

    10. The mismatched, quirky pairing of Stella and Carter continues in this third installment of the Stella Hunter Mystery Series, The Byzantine Connection. From Detroit to Savannah and Richmond to the Hamptons, Stella and Carter’s escapades will keep you engaged and turning the pages to see what supernatural, mysterious occurrence will take place next.Stella and Carter’s relationship has progressed and there is emotional attachment, which I found to be further developed than I would have anticipa [...]

    11. I was given this book to review and being that I hadn't read any of the earlier titles to this series, I was, at times, confused by what was going on. Stella and Carter are in Detroit meeting up with Father Malvan at St. Hedwig's Church. While Stella is off talking to the priest, Carter is sitting in the church when he sees an elderly couple enter and walk past him. It's what he sees when they return to leave the church that leaves him wondering if he's lost his mind - for now the elderly couple [...]

    12. A good read with a rather transparent endingThis third book in the series is well written and continues with the same great character development that you have come to expect.I must add that I was a bit disappointed that Gabe had no significant presence in this novel. He was missed Stella and Carter are a great match for each other, but Carter is sometimes stumped about where or what Stella is trying to convey. They have developed a relationship in this book that shows they adapt well to each ot [...]

    13. Is book started much more smoothly than the last one and reads easier too. Is one finally started to cement the relationship between carter and Stella. I particularly enjoyed carters reactions to things. He felt like a real flesh and blood person trying to grasp the wild things thrown at him. Sadly though there are at least 2 more books in the now series so I feel like the donkey and the carrot. Good read just be prepared for a long ride.

    14. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily reviewed this book. This is my honest review. I loved this book. The characters were awesome and I loved how Edita added mythology to the story. I can't wait to read the rest of the series.

    15. My third read from author Edita Petrick in the Stella Hunter series. I'm a character reader, I get into the characters, their story, who/what they are. The author does an amazing job of painting the two primary character quickly & thoroughly. All the significant characters in her writing are developed similarly. This book is in all senses of the word, a thriller and continues the storyline from the first two books. No spoilers from me though I can see more about these characters in the futur [...]

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