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Graven Images by Ray Norris

Graven Images

by Ray Norris

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2005 - the year of the London terrorist bombings. A young Cambridge biologist, Owen, penetrates a sinister pagan group while seeking to avenge the death of his archaeologist girlfriend, whom he believes was killed to halt her research into Bronze-Age stone circles. Pretending to adopt their beliefs, he penetrates their inner core. Applying his scientific skill to decode ancient legends, he discovers a secret comparable to the Rosetta stone, a secret that transforms our knowledge of the earliest days of European civilization. But in doing so, he is drawn into a terrorist plot, and finds himself sliding helplessly from respected academic to hunted criminal, out of his depth in lies and intrigue. 
Graven Images draws connections between the byways of historical fact, University politics, and contemporary culture. It's a provocative adventure whose nail-biting tension is lightened by moments of comedy, leaving you wondering how much of this is really fiction.

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