The Etruscan by Linda Lappin. Galway: Wynkin deWorde, LTD
Reviewed by Susan Tekulve in Prairie Schooner Winter 2005
“—heightened mystery throughout . . . gorgeously detailed, wickedly fun”Prairie Schooner
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Linda Lappin reads from The Etruscan, published by Wynkin deWorde, Galway , Ireland 2004 copyright Linda Lappin
Eerie Etruscan tombs, boiling sulfur springs, crumbling medieval towers provide the background for Linda Lappin's haunting gothic tale,The Etruscan (Wynkin deWorde, Galway Ireland 2004), set in the Cimini Hills, heartland of Etruscan culture.
The heroine, Harriet, comes to Italy to photograph Etruscan sites for the Theosophical Society in 1922. Here she meets a charismatic count, an occultist, who claims to descend from an ancient Etruscan line. For Harriet, their encounter will be life-transforming. For the reader, on-going suspense to the very last page is guaranteed.
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