Sweeping Tale of Romance, Adventure, and Self Discovery
The Kidnapping of Inda Jackson is a contemporary story about love, desire, and the reality that we are only six degrees away from every other person on earth. We are not locked in our own narrow world but part of a vast spider web of human connections.
From the languid old South to the dreaming spires of Oxford and finally, to the burning sands of the Iranian desert marks the journey of young Inda Jackson.
Her grandmother’s early love affair and her own first discovery of love come full circle, uniting two family dynasties springing from the early plantations of Georgia and the ancient kings of Persia. While attending Oxford University Inda meets fellow student, Philip Zand, whose every look sets her heart afire. For her the planets stop spinning and she is drawn to him as a moth to a flame.
And there are secrets to unravel, tear-stained letters and a faded photo.
The Kidnapping of Inda Jackson launches the adventure series of Inda and Philip traveling the globe in search of important and sometimes remote archaeological sites where life is precarious and danger always near by.
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