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While hosting the annual gathering of the Association for the Study of American Archaeology at Kenzer College, Emma Fielding is thrust into the midst of a murder mystery when the President of her organization is poisoned on the eve of announcing her successor. With many of the leading archaeologists present having expressed their entitlement to the presidency prior to the murder, Emma and FBI pal Jim Conner have plenty of likely suspects from which to choose.Written by
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In the "Inner Sanctum," one of the treasures was a portrait hanging on the wall - a portrait that appeared in the previous Emma Fielding mystery ("Past Malice") as the picture of Corvus Chandler, an ancestor of the current resident of the Chandler Castle. See more »
Awful acting & an actor who is clearly American, but decided to have a fake English accent. Choppy script & nothing flows. Plus, Courtney Thorne-Smith has had some awful work done on her face. Poor woman looks like the cartoon Skelatar.
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