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              The Emerald Tablet: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 2

              The Emerald Tablet: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 2 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

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              The world at the brink of war. A sinister conspiracy. An ancient treasure. A troubled archaeologist: Benedict Hitchens.

              ISBN 9781760552633
              Published NZ 25 Jun 2019
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
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              The Honourable Thief: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 1

              The Honourable Thief: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 1 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

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              Introducing archaeologist Benedict Hitchens on his quest for redemption - a tale of honour, passion, heroes and thieves.

              ISBN 9781760552626
              Published NZ 31 Jul 2018
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
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              The Honourable Thief: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 1
                

              The Honourable Thief: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 1 (EPUB ebook)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

              'Pure escapism in the mould of Dan Brown or Indiana Jones...vivid evocations of place' Saturday Age 'Achilles? Because...?' 'Obsession of mine. Half man, half god - and his own worst enemy. My kind of man.' He laughed.Istanbul, Turkey 1955Benedict Hitchens, once a world-renowned ...archaeologist, is now a discredited - but still rather charming - shell of his former self.Once full of optimism and adventure, his determination to prove that Achilles was a real historical figure led him to his greatest love, Karina, on the island of Crete and to his greatest downfall, following the disappearance of an enigmatic stranger, Eris.He has one last chance to restore his reputation, solve the mystery of Eris and prove his Achilles theory. But it is full of risk, and possibly fatal consequences...In her breakout novel, Meaghan Wilson Anastasios weaves an action-packed tale of honour, passion, heroes and thieves across an epic backdrop of history. PRAISE FOR THE HONOURABLE THIEF 'Strongly drawn...Dialogue pithy, scenes great, locations colourful, action pedal-to-the-metal...Lights, camera, action' Herald Sun '...enthralling tale of mystery and archaeology. Set across three periods of the protagonist's life, Anastasios masterfully weaves the storylines together, while also exploring significant periods of Greek and Turkish history. A powerful and remarkable story.' Canberra Weekly 'Action, adventure and archaeology all rolled into a well-researched, engagingly written narrative, this novel is sure to appeal to a wide readership who are prepared for a bumpy, but enjoyable, ride.' Good Reading'Anastasios is an exciting storyteller with a flair for pace and dramatic tension - this is a gripping adventure, beautifully realised.' Herald Weekly Times'There is action and drama aplenty...the archaeological details, both real and fictional, as well as the Mediterranean setting...are beautifully described with the passion and knowledge expected from an author whose former occupation was as an
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              ISBN 9781760781989
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              Released NZ 31 Jul 2018
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
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              Series Benedict Hitchens
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              The Emerald Tablet: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 2
                

              The Emerald Tablet: A Benedict Hitchens Novel 2 (EPUB ebook)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

              The Suez Canal, 1956. The world teeters on the brink of nuclear war and the Middle East is a tinderbox. Conversely, redeemed archaeologist Benedict Hitchens is enjoying a peaceful existence after years in the professional and personal wilderness. His recent discoveries in western... Turkey secured him a place in history and the smart thing to do would be to ignore his growing fear that Britain, France and Israel's imminent invasion of Egypt to liberate the Suez Canal is only a diversion.But Ben's natural inclination towards self-sabotage is never far below the surface. When he learns that the woman who betrayed him is leading a team into the Sinai Desert in search of an ancient treasure, he puts everything at risk to seek his revenge. She is as brilliant as Benedict, but has had to fight to survive in a world dominated by men. Having aligned herself with unprincipled and ruthless men to further her own interests, her motivations are laid bare as she confronts ghosts she'd rather forget, and makes amends for past wrongdoings.Both are forced to grapple with their own personal demons as they race to unearth a secret that will, in the wrong hands, mean the annihilation of humankind. 'Pure escapism in the mould of Dan Brown or Indiana Jones...vivid evocations of place' Saturday Age
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              ISBN 9781760787226
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              Released NZ 25 Jun 2019
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
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              Series Benedict Hitchens
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              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill
                 

              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill (EPUB ebook)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

              A rich, complex and engaging account of Cook's voyages across the Pacific, from actor and raconteur Sam Neill. Captain James Cook first set sail to the Pacific in 1768, just over 250 years ago. These vast waters, one third of the earth's surface, were uncharted but not unknown. A... rich diversity of people and cultures navigated, traded, lived and fought here for thousands of years. Before Cook, the Pacific was disconnected from the power and ideas of Europe, Asia and America. In the wake of Cook, everything changed. The Pacific with Sam Neill is the companion book to the Foxtel documentary series of the same name, in which actor and raconteur Sam Neill takes a deeply personal, present-day voyage to map his own understanding of James Cook, Europe's greatest navigator, and the immense Pacific Ocean itself. Voyaging on a wide variety on vessels, from container ships to fishing trawlers and sailing boats, Sam crosses the length and breadth of the largest ocean in the world to experience for himself a contemporary journey in Cook's footsteps, engaging the past and present in both modern and ancient cultural practice and peoples. Fascinating, engaging, fresh and vital - this is history ... but not as you know it.
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              ISBN 9781460710364
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              Published NZ 23 Jul 2018
              Publisher HarperCollins
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              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill
               

              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill (Hardback)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

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              A rich, complex and engaging account of Cook's voyages across the Pacific, from actor and raconteur Sam Neill, in which Sam Neill retraces Cook's footsteps, in the 250th anniversary year of Cook's first voyage. Captain James Cook first set sail to the Pacific in 1768 - 250 years ...ago. These vast waters, one third of the earth's surface, were uncharted - but not unknown. A rich diversity of people and cultures navigated, traded, lived and fought here for thousands of years. Before Cook, the Pacific was disconnected from the power and ideas of Europe, Asia and America. In the wake of Cook, everything changed. Uncharted is the book of the documentary series of the same name, in which actor and raconteur Sam Neill takes a deeply personal, present-day voyage to map his own understanding of James Cook, Europe's greatest navigator, and the immense Pacific Ocean itself. Voyaging on a wide variety on vessels, from container ships to fishing trawlers and sailing boats, Sam crosses the length and breadth of the largest ocean in the world to experience for himself a contemporary journey in Cook's footsteps, engaging the past and present in both modern and ancient cultural practice and peoples. Fascinating, engaging, fresh and vital - this is history - but not as you know it.
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              ISBN 9781460756393
              Published NZ 23 Jul 2018
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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              The Water Diviner
                

              The Water Diviner (EPUB ebook)

              By Anastasios, Andrew; Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

              In 1919 an Australian father arrives at the Gallipoli battlefield to recover the bodies of his three sons, only to find hope where he thought there was none.

              ISBN 9781743534298
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              Released NZ 9 Dec 2014
              Publisher Pan Macmillan
              Interest Age 18+ years
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              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill

              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill (Audio disc / Other, Unabridged edition, Contains 1 CD-Audio)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson; Read by King, Alan

              • RRP: $19.99
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              Captain James Cook first set sail to the Pacific in 1768 - 250 years ago. These vast waters, one third of the earth's surface, had not yet been mapped by European explorers - but they were not unknown. A rich diversity of people and cultures had navigated, traded, lived and fough...t here for thousands of years. Before Cook, the Pacific was disconnected from the power and ideas of Europe, Asia and America. In the wake of Cook, everything changed. Inspired by the Foxtel series of the same name, in which actor and raconteur Sam Neill undertakes a deeply personal journey to map his own understanding of Europe's greatest navigator and the immense Pacific Ocean itself, The Pacific is a vivid account of the people, civilisations and cultures Cook encountered, and the impact on their lives following contact. This is a rich, lively and engaging account of history, people and place, that draws on both historical and present day perspectives and gives voice to both sides of the beach. Fascinating, engaging, compelling and vital, this is our history - but not as you know it.
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              ISBN 9781460798157
              Published NZ 29 Jan 2019
              Publisher Bolinda Publishing
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              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill
               

              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill (Audio CD / Audio, Unabridged edition, Contains 1 CD-Audio)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson; Read by King, Alan

              • RRP: $19.99
              • $16.99
              • Save $3.00
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              Captain James Cook first set sail to the Pacific in 1768 - 250 years ago. These vast waters, one third of the earth's surface, had not yet been mapped by European explorers - but they were not unknown. A rich diversity of people and cultures had navigated, traded, lived and fough...t here for thousands of years. Before Cook, the Pacific was disconnected from the power and ideas of Europe, Asia and America. In the wake of Cook, everything changed. Inspired by the Foxtel series of the same name, in which actor and raconteur Sam Neill undertakes a deeply personal journey to map his own understanding of Europe's greatest navigator and the immense Pacific Ocean itself, The Pacific is a vivid account of the people, civilisations and cultures Cook encountered, and the impact on their lives following contact. This is a rich, lively and engaging account of history, people and place, that draws on both historical and present day perspectives and gives voice to both sides of the beach. Fascinating, engaging, compelling and vital, this is our history - but not as you know it.
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              ISBN 9781460798140
              Published NZ 29 Jan 2019
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              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill

              The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Anastasios, Meaghan Wilson

              • RRP: $35.00
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              A rich, complex and engaging account of Cook's voyages across the Pacific, from actor and raconteur Sam Neill, in which Sam Neill retraces Cook's footsteps, in the 250th anniversary year of Cook's first voyage. Captain James Cook first set sail to the Pacific in 1768 - 250 years ...ago. These vast waters, one third of the earth's surface, were uncharted - but not unknown. A rich diversity of people and cultures navigated, traded, lived and fought here for thousands of years. Before Cook, the Pacific was disconnected from the power and ideas of Europe, Asia and America. In the wake of Cook, everything changed. The Pacific with Sam Neill is the companion book to the Foxtel documentary series of the same name, in which actor and raconteur Sam Neill takes a deeply personal, present-day voyage to map his own understanding of James Cook, Europe's greatest navigator, and the immense Pacific Ocean itself. Voyaging on a wide variety on vessels, from container ships to fishing trawlers and sailing boats, Sam crosses the length and breadth of the largest ocean in the world to experience for himself a contemporary journey in Cook's footsteps, engaging the past and present in both modern and ancient cultural practice and peoples. Fascinating, engaging, fresh and vital - this is history - but not as you know it.
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              ISBN 9781460758137
              Published NZ 18 Nov 2019
              Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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