WHEN LIFE IMITATES ART AND REPLICAS BECOME REALITY…
Mild mannered, bumbling Professor Fineas Steele has built his career in the shadow of an elaborate hoax perpetrated by a much loved, celebrated hero.
When news of a carved granite skull and a sea captain’s lucky escape from a cannibal tribe turn up on the front page of the city’s newspaper, Fineas must make a decision.
Does he protect the lies of the man who made him what he is, or undertake a perilous journey to solve the mystery behind the skull’s makers and a tribe of cannibals who never really existed?
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About the Author
Amanda is an archaeologist and anthropologist turned award-winning fantasy author. She lives on the southern edge of outback Australia on 24 bush acres, with the Murray River in her backyard (actually, it’s in the front yard, fifty metres away). When she’s not writing, she’s running, hiking, adventuring or reading. She has two children, one step-daughter, the world’s best life partner and expert proof reader, and two dogs: Wiley, a German Wirehaired Pointer, and Scout, a very naughty Saluki.
She doesn’t like vegemite, streetlights or asparagus, but she does enjoy a glass of red wine and a campfire.
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