Recovery. The Second Manuscript of the Richards' Trust. [NOOK Book]

Overview

In 1359 BC a distress call was sent...

It was received in AD 321...

Then in AD 1994 a new asteroid was detected inbound from deep space...

The word recovery is indeed one pregnant with meaning and in the final analysis one must ask: who truly is recovering what?

Recovery continues the temporal adventures of Egyptologist Joseph Richards.

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Recovery. The Second Manuscript of the Richards' Trust.

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Overview

In 1359 BC a distress call was sent...

It was received in AD 321...

Then in AD 1994 a new asteroid was detected inbound from deep space...

The word recovery is indeed one pregnant with meaning and in the final analysis one must ask: who truly is recovering what?

Recovery continues the temporal adventures of Egyptologist Joseph Richards.

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W.J. Cherf has always wanted to write a book without footnotes, to tell a fascinating tale that is so real that his avid readers are left puzzled over what was real and what was Memorex. To craft such a tale takes wit, a love of science fiction, and above all a deep reverence for ancient history and archaeology. All of these qualities are stitched together beautifully in his books, because Cherf has been there, dug that. He’s even seen the sun rise from atop the Great Pyramid.Reviews have been generous:“Bow Tie: Two Thumbs Up”“Imagine a dinner party thrown by Tom Clancy, where he sits EE “Doc” Smith next to HG Wells”“Amazing story, fascinating detail, a fabulous read”“Cherf has done a wonderful job combining facts from Egyptian history and a fictional story to create a compelling trilogy of intrigue and espionage”“What an enjoyable experience reading this series!”With a BA in Anthropology, MA in Egyptian Archaeology, and Ph.D. in Ancient History, Cherf remains current as an elected officer of Denver’s Egyptian Studies Society. Living with his beloved wife Sue, they keep Foxbat 1 and Foxbat 2 out in the garage. They enjoy golf, road racing (that’s where the Foxbats come in), and cheering for the Cubs and Chicago Bears.
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