An Emma Fielding MysteryBook - 2002
The discovery of an early seventeenth-century settlement on the coast of Maine that could predate Jamestown could make the reputation of ambitious archaeologist Emma Fielding, but an all-too-recent corpse, followed by a second suspicious death, could destroy everything. Original.
Soon to be a film for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, starring Courtney Thorne-Smith and James Tupper.
Brilliant, dedicated, and driven, archaeologist Emma Fielding finds things that have been lost for hundreds of years -- and she's very, very good at it. A soon-to-be-tenured professor, she has recently unearthed evidence of a seventeenth-century coastal Maine settlement that predates Jamestown, one of the most significant archaeological finds in years. But the dead body that accompanies it has embroiled Emma and her students in a different kind of exploration. With her reputation suddenly in jeopardy -- due to the ruthless machinations of a disgruntled rival -- and a second suspicious death, heartbreakingly close to home, Emma must unearth a killer among the relics. But that means digging deep to get to dark secrets buried in the heart of the archaeological community -- which, in turn, could bury Emma Fielding.
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