I found it quite interesting that the author has decided to name the main character in his book Rosetta.
While Rosetta is mysterious, beautiful young woman who has several unusual disabilities, she performed a strange ritual at the funeral for Professor Alan Hargreaves using an ancient language only a small handful of individuals can understand. When Graham Chandlers learns she’s the late professor’s adopted he’s quite surprised.
The mystery begins later when he receives the professor’s journals and upon examination believes something had been going at the dig which hasn’t been reported. And just like famed Rosetta Stone from around 196 BC helped to provide the key to the modern understanding of Egyptian hieroglyph, Chandler is the key to resolving the mystery which has been presented with.
While the storyline presented in this intriguing and holds the reader’s attention, I feel parts of it could have been fleshed out somewhat to make it more readable, and would have provided the abrupt end to the book, which is why I’m giving this book 4 STARS.