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The first book in a suspenseful new series of historical mysteries set in the ancient Egypt of King Tut. Boy-king Tutankhamen calls upon his trusted chief investigator, Lord Merren, to search out a killer who has desecrated the sacred Place of Anubis, where the dead are embalmed and prepared for their journey to the afterlife.
Posted March 18, 2004
This book was a great find. My father had boxed it away and I have just found it. This book as a mystery rivals every mystery that I have read in my life and I have read over 200 mystery's in my time. This book takes you back to the time right before the teen Pharaoh Tutankhamun is murderd. Some one has been murderd in the sacred place of Anubis. If you know anything about Egyptian myth than you know that is sacrilige to kill in the place of Anubis. This book uses all the details of the time correctly as we know how they were used at the time. I intend to read the rest of the authors books in time. I give my thanks to the author and everyone who was involved with the book at one time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 28, 2001
I just recently started reading this series and it has been my favorite series, ever! I am a fanatic about ancient Egypt and this is the only series that I could find that was actually all set in ancient Egypt. I loved this book along with all the others. I have only two more to read and then I'll be done with the series. I can read about a book a day because they are so engrossing. I can't put any of them down because of the suspense! I can't wait to see who the murderer is! I would be heartbroken if Lynda S. Robinson stopped writing these books after we find out who killed Neferititi! I hope that won't be for a while, maybe she'll continue with Kysen. I recommend that everone in the world read these books. I can't wait until the next one comes out! If anyone knows of any series that takes place in Ancient Egypt, please please email me!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 29, 2011
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