ON THE BOOKSHELF: Jeri Castronova
"A joyful ride into the mysticism of ancient Egypt. Filled with suspense, twists and turns. This book will keep you captivated from beginning to end," is Sedona author Jeri Castronova's description of her new book, "Code of the King: A Deadly Search for Ancient Wisdom." In this first book of Castronova's new supernatural thriller series, a mysterious hieroglyphic code is found in Jerusalem. In three whirlwind days an Egyptologist must translate the code, escape the looters who stole the wall, rescue her kidnapped fiancé from antiquities black market thieves, and find the legendary gold healing statues before the window of time closes forever. Castronova is a psychologist, artist and author of the nonfiction book, "Paint the Sky and Dance: Women and the New Myths." Her passions for ancient Egypt, archeology and the mysteries of 2012 come together in her new series. "Code of the King: A Deadly Search for Ancient Wisdom" is available at the Well Read Coyote bookstore in Sedona or online at Booklocker.com, BuyBooksOntheWeb.com and Amazon.com.