Ancient Egypt

The Horus Road

By Pauline Gedge - Published 2001

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The concluding volume in the Lords of the Two Lands trilogy, this novel is Gedge’s fictional recreation of the times and struggles ...Read Review

The Stone of Light: Volume III: Paneb the Ardent

By Christian Jacq - Published 2000

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Jacq continues his saga of ancient Egypt in this third novel of a projected four-part series chronicling the lives of the society of ...Read Review

The Mummy Congress: Science, Obsession, And The Everlasting Dead

By Heather Pringle - Published 2001

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Nonfiction

Pringle is a frequent contributor to Discover magazine, and if you like easy-to-read articles of that publication’s type, you will definitely enjoy ...Read Review

A Curse of Silence: A Mystery of Ancient Egypt

By Lauren Haney - Published 2000

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LiteraryMystery/Crime

This is the fourth of Lauren Haney’s Lieutenant Bak series. A rumor sweeps down the Nile, from Kemet to Wawat: Queen Hatshepsut ...Read Review

When We Were Gods: The Story of Cleopatra

By Colin Falconer - Published 2000

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Biographical Fiction

Here is yet another novel about the last of the Ptolemy pharaohs, Cleopatra. Young when the reins of rulership are placed in her ...Read Review

Tutankhamen: The Life and Death of the Boy-King

By Christine El Mahdy - Published 2000

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Nonfiction

Christine El Mahdy, an Egyptologist at Liverpool University, has written a chatty, engaging, and well-researched account covering the few known facts about Tutankhamen ...Read Review

The Oasis (Lord of the Two Lands)

By Pauline Gedge - Published 2000

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Biographical FictionSaga

In this, Volume 2 of Pauline Gedge’s Lords of Two Lands Trilogy, the struggle of Egypt’s native nobilty to overthrow the reigning ...Read Review

The Stone of Light (Nefer the Silent, Volume 1)

By Christian Jacq - Published 2000

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Mystery/CrimeThriller

  The Stone of Light is volume one in the story of Nefer the Silent, a craftsman in ancient Egypt during the last ...Read Review

Akhenaten: Dweller In Truth

By Naguib Mahfouz - Published 2000

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Biographical Fiction

The story of the “heretic” Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten and his fabulously beautiful wife, Nefertiti, continues to fascinate, as evidenced in this recent translation ...Read Review

Tutankhamen: The Life and Death of the Boy-King

By Christine El Mahdy - Published 2000

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Nonfiction

Christine El Mahdy, an Egyptologist at Liverpool University, has written a chatty, engaging, and well-researched account covering the few known facts about Tutankhamen ...Read Review