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Works by Aileen G. Barron


The Gold of Thrace
Type of work: novel, archaeological mystery
Published by: Poisoned Pen Press
ISBN: 978-1-59058-430-9; large type, 978-1-59058-431-6
Setting: Turkey, Bulgaria, Switzerland
Brief description: Archaeologist Tamar Saticoy plunges into the shady world of the antiquities trade in a quest to discover who is responsible for the theft of artifacts from archaeological sites.
Character notes: Protagonist, American archaeologist Tamar Saticoy. Venal archaeologist Andrew Chatham, who discovers a hoard of Thracian Gold in Bulgaria The charming Gilberto Dela Barcolo, known as the prince of antiquites dealers. The enigmatic Enzio Egidio, antiquities dealer? smuggler? archaeologist?

The Torch of Tangier
Type of work: novel, archaeological mystery
Published by: Poisoned Pen Press
ISBN: 1-59058-221-7; large type 1-59058-222-5; Trade paper 978-1-59058-432-3
Setting: Morocco
Brief description: Archaeologist Lily Sampson is recruited by the OSS to work on the preparation for the Allied invasion of North Africa, Operation Torch.
Notes: The second in the Lily Sampson series

A Fly Has a Hundred Eyes
Type of work: novel, archaeological mystery, historical
Published by: Academy Chicago Publishers
ISBN: 0-89733-509-0
Setting: Jerusalem
Brief description: When a British archaeologist is killed in 1938, during the British mandate of Palestine, on his way to the opening of the Rockefeller Museum and the British police do nothing to find out who did it, American graduate studewnt, Lily Sampson, is plunged into a labyrinth of intrigue and danger when she resolves to find his murderer and discover who is stealing artifacts from the site.
Notes: The first in the Lily Sampson series

Last updated: May 8, 2007