The Man on the Istanbul Train - Maria Hudgins Reviews
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by - written on 27/11/12, updated on 01/12/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Paul Hannah, an American archeologist specialising in the Neolithic Period, works on a dig in central Anatolia, Turkey. One day he comes across a red dot on a shard he can't explain. The only person who can is Dr. Lacy Glass, an American professor and the world's best expert on colour. By chance she's in Istanbul to do research work. They've known each other since they worked together on a dig in Egypt two years ago. She agrees to come. The two have never been an item, Lacy wouldn't object to becoming one, though. Who knows, maybe this time... After getting on the train in Istanbul she notices how a passenger, a fellow American, is told to leave the train ... Read the complete review
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