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Book 2 in the Cassandra Fortune Series

There are more twists, turns and unexpected revelations in this story than the path leading to the Corycian Cave and they will keep readers guessing until the unexpected end.

Jean M. Roberts, author of Blood in the Valley 

What a splendid sequel… Oracle is a page-turner, an engaging and absorbing read.

David Armstrong, playwright (listed Branagh award 2020)

The plot is complex, intriguing and thrilling. I read this in under 24 hours just because I didn’t want to put it down! There is still a threat to Cassie from book 1 and Anderson keeps us on tenterhooks throughout the book, wondering whether anything will happen…..the suspense is fantastic. The ending is brilliant, and leaves us an opening to book 3, where I’m sure we’re going to learn more about Cassie and what’s happened in her past (which I’m dying to know!)
So if you’re looking for a fantastic thriller with a brilliant protagonist, full of mystery, intrigue and action where you’ll learn a touch of history and politics, then this is for you. Highly recommended by me!

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286 Pages





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Near the ancient Temple of Apollo, young idealists protest at a European governmental conference. Inside, business lobbyists mingle with lawmakers, seeking profit and influence. Then the charismatic leader of the protest goes missing. 

The next day a body is discovered, placed like an offering to the gods. One day later a recent, broken corpse is found at the foot of the cliffs from where blasphemers were once tossed to their deaths. 

As a storm closes in and strange lights are seen on the mountain, power at the conference centre is cut off and all are isolated. No one trusts anyone else. Is a killer stalking the corridors? Or are primal forces reaching out from the past? 

Like the cryptic Oracle of Delphi, Cassandra Fortune must supply the answer before the conference is over. And before more die.

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