Praise for Medea,
the first Delphic Woman novel...
"This is a book I didn't want to end."
-Tess Gerritsen, New York Times
bestselling author of Last to Die
Greenwood takes us to Troy as it struggles to rise from the ashes of the Trojan War. Others have told the story as a struggle of men, but Greenwood shows us a compelling female viewpoint.
The women of Troy are in terrible transition. Cassandra is King Agamemnon's captive; Queen Clytemnestra has taken a lover, throwing her own loyalties into question; and then there's Electra, daughter of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. What secret is she hiding? Cast aside everything you think you know about the Electra myth and allow yourself to view this classic story from a new perspective.
Australian Kerry Greenwood here investigates one of the most dramatic stories in all of history. Electra is third in her Delphic Women Series.
"An enthralling, sensual, tragic tale packed with