Praise for Medea... 'This is a book I didn't want to end. I dreamed about the characters for days afterward.' -Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Last to Die We know Medea killed her children. Or do we? Was she wronged by ancient playwrights and history? Princess Medea protects the sacred grove holding the Golden Fleece. When Jason arrives, determined to acquire both and rule the land, his gentian blue eyes and golden hair obsess Medea, compelling her to help him. When the king breaks his word and seeks to kill the two, they escape together. Jason, now king of Corinth, swears always to love his wife and queen. But his allegiance is fleeting. Medea has sacrificed home, family, goddess, and innocence for the 'melting, fiery loving' she feels for him. What comes next? 'An enthralling, sensual, tragic tale.' -Kirkus Reviews Kerry Greenwood, author of the Phryne Fisher and Corrina Chapman mysteries, here sets aside her delightful humor to investigate one of the most dramatic and troubling stories in all of history.