About the Author...
M. A. Monnin has been a traveler all her life, living in West Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, and England. An avocational archaeologist, she attributes her fascination with archaeology to her childhood in Germany, where she visited medieval churches, castles, and villages. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies and Black Cat Mystery Magazine, and her nonfiction articles cover Victorian reception of Ancient Egypt, detective fiction, and gardening. A board member of the Midwest Chapter of MWA, Mary is also a member of ITW, SinC, SMFS, and RWA and is a trustee of the Kansas City Archaeological Society. She divides her time between writing, traveling, and hiking. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri with husband Bob and Siberian huskies Anubis and Nikita.
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"M. A. Monnin takes readers on a fabulous adventure filled with history, mystery, and a heady hint of sensuality. I couldn’t put the book down".– Agatha Award-winning and USA Today Bestselling Author Ellen Byron.
"Highly suspenseful and chock full of wonderful charm, Death in the Aegean by M. A. Monnin has it all – a mystery of epic proportions, the theft of a priceless gold statue, a shocking murder, and a love story that will keep you guessing. Add in riveting trips into ancient Greek history in Santorini and Crete, and you have a novel that will keep you riveted to your reading chair. I loved it!" — Gayle Lynds, New York Times author of The Assassins
"Let M. A. Monnin take you on an excursion in the Greek Isles, where twists and turns abound, fellow travelers are not always who they seem, and the itinerary includes threats, thefts, and murder."
Richard F. McGonegal, Author of the Sheriff Francis Hood mystery series
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