A treasure more valuable than any of the glittering relics in the Valley of the Kings. Hidden for centuries ...waiting to unleash its deadly curse. No one had known the great golden Pharaoh existed. Erica Baron, expert Egyptologist, is the first to recognize his dangerous beauty. And as others join the chase, she is the first to feel the fear .. ...
A treasure more valuable than any of the glittering relics in the Valley of the Kings. Hidden for centuries ...waiting to unleash its deadly curse. No one had known the great golden Pharaoh existed. Erica Baron, expert Egyptologist, is the first to recognize his dangerous beauty. And as others join the chase, she is the first to feel the fear ...Fear of a Pharoah's secrets. Fear of the greed and evil her discovery will unveil ...'Master of the medical thriller' New York Times
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This is one of Robin Cook's best books. I think it's his "break-out book - cementing his place as one of the best writers of thrillers in our time.
Feb 19, 2008
Is this book Robin Cooks best? Not by a long shot! What was interesting about this book though, was to see Robin Cook write a book that was out of his normal arena. He normally writes medical mystery novels, which is not the case with this particular book. As always though, he presents his story well and leaves the mind asking questions until the very end.
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