En route to an archaeological dig in central Turkey, biologist Lacy Glass sees a man fly off the train, dead. It’s the same man she befriended the night before, buying him a ticket so he wouldn’t be thrown off at the train’s first stop. Arriving at the dig, Lacy discovers that a man with the same name, Maxwell Sebring, has died there that same morning.
THE MAN ON THE ISTANBUL TRAIN by Maria Hudgins is available from Amazon.
Hudgins is also the author of the Dotsy Lamb Travel Mysteries and several short stories. She lives in Hampton, VA.
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