The Harmony Scroll (A Stella Hunter Mystery #2)



The Harmony Scroll (A Stella Hunter Mystery #2) Stella Hunter S Young Son Carries A Dormant Ancient Curse Within Him Though She S Destroyed The Amulets That Activate The Curse, Gabriel S Life Is Shadowed By The Dark Magic When She Learns The Contents Of A Golden Scroll Can Break The Curse Forever, Stella Goes After It With A Vengeanceand Heaven Help Anyone Who Gets In Her Way

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  • Paperback
  • 337 pages
  • The Harmony Scroll (A Stella Hunter Mystery #2)
  • Edita A. Petrick
  • English
  • 26 January 2017
  • 0996637133

10 thoughts on “The Harmony Scroll (A Stella Hunter Mystery #2)

  1. Todd Simpson says:

    This is a fantastic follow on from Edita A Petrick first book Ribbons of Death which is a fabulous story and well worth a read Like the first book this one is full of mystery and intrigue, and I really enjoy the background on how the Peacetaker, Amulets and Scrolls came about many years ago Carter and Stella are also both great characters, and they are one of the many things that make this a wonderfully entertaining story Carter was certainly doing it tuff stuck in hospital It was great th This is a fantastic follow on from Edita A Petrick first book Ribbons of Death which is a fabulous story and well worth a read Like the first book this one is full of mystery and intrigue, and I really enjoy the background on how the Peacetaker, Amulets and Scrolls came about many years ago Carter and Stella are also both...

  2. Boogiedown Brown says:

    This was my first reading of Edita s Stella Hunter series Her research is meticulous, detailed and thorough I visit Italy regularly and her descriptions had me thinking I was there Her descriptions of London had me picturing the places I infrequently cycle past Her attention to detail is phenomenal so much so that when details are left out they stick in my mindall cars that Carter drives were intricately described, until he got into a Range Rover the new Range The details of the stor This was my first reading of Edita s Stella Hunter series Her research is meticulous, detailed and thorough I visit Italy regularly and her descriptions had me thinking I was there Her descriptions of London had me picturing the places I infrequently cycle past Her attention to detail is phenomenal so much so that when details are left out they stick in my mindall cars that Carter drives were intricately described, until he got into a Range Rover the new Range The details of the story surprised me that they didn t go further Eastwards Considering the historical context of the story, I was surprised that there wasn t mention of Sumerian gods, but that happens I found the most entrancing elements of the book we re around Carter s thought processes, albeit making the occasional heroic assumption, his motives wereor less sound Some of the historical summaries came across as an opportunity to draw lines between histories simply for the sake of a story rather than actual relevance Howe...

  3. Keith says:

    Author Edita A Petrick takes us on a treasure hunt that is a matter of life and death Carter and Hunter are back, and this time they re on the hunt to locate a scroll that has the power to break an ancient curse I read the first novel Ribbons of Death in the Stella Hunter series, so I had to check out The Harmony Scroll and yes, it was as good as the first one I m a bit of an ancient history buff and the life styles of the times appear to be well researched and accurate This to me, is ve Author Edita A Petrick takes us on a treasure hunt that is a matter of life and death ...

  4. Another Thyme says:

    This second book in the Stella Hunter series wasof a good read for me than the first Once again though the excellent adventure was dragged down by the amount of archeological lecturing featured in the story The ending is ...

  5. Brienne Dubh says:

    This was the second in the series and I have not read the first but can confirm that it is in no way essential to have read the first one in order to enjoy this installment The plot was re capped naturally and not as a clunky add on or aside as some authors insist upon.At first sight this book was a thriller that had me gripped from page one Continued reading introduced the science fiction element and I was hooked I never watched The X Files but if it was something like The DaVinci Code mee This was the second in the series and I have not read the first but can confirm that it is in no way essential to have read the first one in order to enjoy this installment The plot was re...

  6. Cristina B. says:

    This book seemed promising and I was really excited to start it The author has sent it to me for an honest review.What was my first mistake I read this book, which is the second one, without having a clue what happened in the first book Because of this, I was lost and I couldn t really follow the story When I was thinking that I finally understood something, some new information was thrown or some new name was mentioned and I was lost again This is normal in a book, you might think and I ag This book seemed promising and I was really excited to start it The author has sent it to me for an honest review.What was my first mistake I read this book, which is the second one, without having a clue what happened in the first book Because of this, I was lost and I couldn t really follow the story When I was thinking that I finally understood something, some new information was thrown or some new name was mentioned and I was lost again This is normal in a book, you might think and I agree with you, ho...

  7. Timothy Bardin says:

    A dark, edgy adventure spanning the globe, readers of mystery and suspense alike will enjoy Edita A Petrick s second book in the Stella Hunter mystery series The novel follows the continuing adventures of scrappy, single minded American academic Stella Hunter and the ever resourceful Timothy J Carter, a career military man turned government contractor with ties to the FBI, in their search for the mythical Harmony Scroll...

  8. Maddi Clark says:

    A great combination of mixed history, supsense, paranormal and adventure.4.6 Stars Sometimes, a man s job gets too much for him to do it alone The Harmony Scroll features the characters from the first book Ribbons of Death of Agent Carter, Stella Hunter and Gabriel Its starts off with the Timothy J Carter being attacked from the first book and recovery in a hospital Carter a long military career including time in the Special For...

  9. Pat Raab says:

    Great plot and believable characters Stella is one determined lady, and Carter has an amazing support system to help them on their quest Enjoyed all the medieval historical background information Lots of action and intrigue Well worth the read.I received a copy of this book fro...

  10. Kira says:

    The Harmony Scroll is written from the perspective of Timothy J Carter, a contractor working for the US Government with contacts in the FBI The novel begins with Carter recovering in hospital from injuries sustained at the end of the previous book He is told Dr Stella Hunter s house in Montana has been destroyed by fire Two bodies found inside are identified as Dr Hunter and her adopted son Gabriel Carter quickly leaves for Montana and investigates the incident for himself, concluding th The Harmony Scroll is written fr...

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