The Journalist Christina Rousaki and the Two Waxes 12
In the latest installment of the thrilling mystery series, the journalist Christina Rousaki finds herself in a dangerous situation when she investigates a mysterious fire at a wax museum. The fire destroyed two wax figures that resembled prominent politicians, and Christina suspects that someone is trying to send a message. But who is behind the arson, and what do they want?
As Christina digs deeper into the case, she discovers that the two waxes have a connection to a secret organization that is plotting to overthrow the government. The organization has a list of targets, and Christina is one of them. She must use her skills and intuition to uncover the truth and stop the conspirators before they strike again.
The Journalist Christina Rousaki and the Two Waxes 12 is a gripping novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. If you love suspense, intrigue, and action, you won't want to miss this book.
Christina Rousaki is a fearless journalist who works for a popular newspaper in Athens. She has a reputation for exposing corruption and scandals, and she is not afraid to challenge the powerful. She has a loyal friend and colleague, Nikos, who helps her with her investigations and provides comic relief.
One night, Christina receives a tip from an anonymous source about a fire at a wax museum. She decides to check it out, hoping to find a scoop. When she arrives at the scene, she sees two charred wax figures that look like the prime minister and the leader of the opposition. She takes some photos and tries to find out more from the museum owner, but he is reluctant to talk.
Christina senses that there is more to this story than meets the eye. She decides to publish her photos and write an article about the fire, hoping to attract the attention of the culprits. She also contacts her source again, asking for more information. The source tells her to meet him at a park the next day.
However, when Christina goes to the park, she finds her source dead on a bench, with a bullet wound in his chest. She realizes that she is in danger, and that someone is trying to silence her. She calls Nikos and tells him to meet her at her apartment. Together, they try to figure out who killed their source and why.
Christina and Nikos discover that the two wax figures were made by a famous sculptor named Dimitris, who has a studio in the outskirts of Athens. They decide to visit him and ask him some questions. They find him working on a new wax figure, which looks like the president of the European Union.
Dimitris tells them that he was hired by a mysterious client who paid him a lot of money to make the wax figures. He says that he doesn't know anything about the fire or the motive behind it. He also says that he doesn't have any contact information for the client, and that he only communicates with him through encrypted messages.
Christina and Nikos are not convinced by Dimitris' story. They suspect that he is hiding something, and that he may be involved in the conspiracy. They decide to hack into his computer and look for clues. They find a folder with some files that contain plans and diagrams of a bomb. They realize that the wax figures are not just symbols, but weapons. 061ffe29dd