The Witch of Babylon by D. J. McIntosh audiobook

The Witch of Babylon

By D. J. McIntosh
Read by James Yaegashi

Recorded Books, Inc.

The Mesopotamian Trilogy: Book 1

12.08 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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D.J. McIntosh's The Witch of Babylon won an Arthur Ellis Award prior to its publication. Here Turkish-American art dealer John Madison gets caught up in a deadly conspiracy involving a stolen aritfact stretching from ancient Mesopotamia to modern-day Iraq. Aided by an archaeologist and a photojournalist, John navigates a tricky landscape filled with thieves, killers, and men with dark secrets, all while unearthing the startling history of alchemy.

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Summary

Summary

D.J. McIntosh's The Witch of Babylon won an Arthur Ellis Award prior to its publication. Here Turkish-American art dealer John Madison gets caught up in a deadly conspiracy involving a stolen aritfact stretching from ancient Mesopotamia to modern-day Iraq. Aided by an archaeologist and a photojournalist, John navigates a tricky landscape filled with thieves, killers, and men with dark secrets, all while unearthing the startling history of alchemy.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“From Iraq, ancient history and alchemy combine to terrorize us in this stunning historical thriller. A terrific read.” Louise Penny, New York Times bestselling author
“McIntosh combines stellar research with superb writing skills. This book is the first of a planned three featuring Madison and Mesopotamia. I can’t wait for the next two.” Globe and Mail (Toronto)
“A sinuous barnburner of a story, steeped in reams of fascinating Mesopotamian history and conjecture but not derailed by it. McIntosh has taken on the (largely American) arcane masters, and beaten them at their game. Good on her.” Winnipeg Free Press

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Author

Author Bio: D. J. McIntosh

Author Bio: D. J. McIntosh

D.J. McIntosh is the former coeditor of the Crime Writers of Canada’s newsletter, Fingerprints, and is a Toronto-based writer of novels and short mystery fiction. Her short story “The Hounds of Winter,” published in Blood on the Holly by Baskerville Books, was nominated for the 2008 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Short Story. “A View to Die For” appeared in Bloody Words: The Anthology, also published by Baskerville Books. McIntosh graduated with a BA in English from the University of Toronto.

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Details

Details

Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction/Thrillers/Suspense
Runtime: 12.08
Audience: Adult
Language: English