Julia Weaver’s New Book Follows One Woman’s Disturbing Archaeological Journey in Turkey

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“The Lilly Flower” unravels a revealing story of love, mystery and suspense.

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Author Julia Weaver throws in history, archaeology and mystery in her new fiction book titled The Lilly Flower. In this gripping novel, readers will follow the life of a young heroine who finds herself enmeshed in an intricate tangle of events eluding reason or justification. Still, she must come to grips with her destiny and try get to the root of the unfolding matters. The answers to these mysteries lay before her.

Upon sudden news that her Uncle John, an archaeologist living in Turkey, has suffered a heart attack, Lilly rushes to visit him. At the Ankara airport, however, her uncle’s partner, Aladdin, was not there to meet her as he usually would. She takes a cab to stay overnight at her uncle’s town apartment before joining him at his home, a compound of buildings created from an old caravanserai near Konya. Arriving at the apartment, she finds two policemen wishing to interrogate her about suspicios circumstances regarding a certain Nick Talmadge, who happens to be her uncle’s friend.

After the police had left, she was getting ready for bed and heard a noise in the hallway. She looked around the bedroom doorway and saw Nick Talmadge collapse to the floor. A bookcase behind him swung back into its place in the wall.

What are the strange secrets surrounding her uncle, his associates and her own past, readers can find out in The Lilly Flower, an intensifying mystery tale further establishing Weaver’s mastery of the genre.

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About the Author
Julia Weaver creates characters and situations using her knowledge and interest in the arts, archaeology and travel. Now retired, she and her husband live in the Southern California desert's Coachella Valley.

The Lilly Flower * by Julia Weaver
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 71 pages; 978-1-4797-5693-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-5694-0

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