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Ancient Mysteries Apollo on Trial Investigating Mass Murder in Greece

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Murders in the ancient times of Thebes is the show topic. Someone has gotten away with murder for more than three thousand years by blaming the deities of the day Apollo and Artemis. Victoria Grossack and Alice Underwood travel to Athens, Crete, Olympia, Delphi, and Thebes in Greece and to Manisa in Turkey to unravel the mystery. Dartmouth graduate Victoria Grossack leads an international life, with homes in Switzerland and Arizona and a professional career in the financial industry that has spanned the Atlantic. She is fluent in German and French (and English of course) and has an MBA. Her writing has been published in Contingencies, Woman’s World, I Love Cats, and The Journal of Actuarial Practice. She was a regular columnist for Fiction Fix. Alice Underwood studied classics at The University of Texas and Princeton University while earning her degrees in mathematics. Her passion for antiquity has taken her from the shadowed catacombs of Princeton’s libraries to the ruins of Pompeii and the sunny shores of Crete and Santorini. Her work has been published in Consortium, Networks, and The Journal of Actuarial Practice.
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ancient mysteries
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