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The delicate balance of Bérénice ‘Berry’ Cates’ life comes apart when, working as an artifacts conservator on an archaeological dig in Quebec City, she unearths the corpse of a famous visitor to the excavation. Just as Berry is coming to terms with discovering first-hand the death of a man she admired, a frightful second murder sears her and her amour Daniel Tremblay even more deeply. Cognizant of both sides of Quebec City’s ancient stone inscription of the Golden Dog, Berry gathers information while, like the dog, she waits for her moment of revenge, when she can “bite him who has bitten me”.
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