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The Mummy Case by Dawn Stewardson

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Published by Harlequin .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Romance - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Romance,
  • Romance: Regency

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Edition Notes

SeriesHarlequin Intrigue No. 257
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10742683M
ISBN 100373222572
ISBN 109780373222575
OCLC/WorldCa29567661

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Feb 22,  · The Mummy Case is markedly darker than the preceding books. It is still light years from any kind of gothic thriller, but Peters seems to have shed some of the gauzy lightheartedness that characterized the earlier novels in favor of an earnest mystery. It may not be the most gracefully orchestrated mystery, but earnest nonetheless/5. Mar 22,  · The Mummy Case is the second of the Jim Knighthorse series. Once again, I find J.R. Rain's writing highly entertaining, like listening to the story told directly from his voice. Jim Knighthorse is very definitely my new book character boyfriend.4/5. Mar 01,  · The Mummy Case is the third in the series of Amelia Peabody mysteries, which are set in turn-of-the-century Egypt and England. Amelia is a staunch believer in the superiority of all things British, and her husband is an archaeologist with a mission (namely to save the antiquities of Egypt from the clutches of untrained archaeologists and unscrupulous antiquities dealers).5/5(5). Mar 17,  · A second sighting of a sinister stranger from the crime scene, a mysterious scrap of papyrus, and a missing mummy case have all whetted Amelia's curiosity. But when the Emersons start digging for answers in an ancient tomb, events take a darker and deadlier turn -- and there may be no surviving the very modern terrors their efforts reveal/5(44).

Aug 30,  · THE MUMMY CASE is Book #2 in a series, and my introduction to California PI Jim Nighthorse. He takes his place alongside other dream-worthy private eyes. Nighthorse is a football hero, addicted to beer and donuts, in love with an understanding woman named Cindy Darwin/5(). Dec 01,  · Overview. When five Egyptian statuettes are stolen from a museum, the Hardy Boys travel to exotic Egypt. En route, the boys are asked to safeguard a mysterious mummy and find themselves tangled in a web of international intrigue. On the Nile, the young detectives uncover a secret hiding place with countless stolen treasures /5(4). The Mummy Case is the 63rd title of the Hardy Boys Mystery Stories, written by Franklin W. Dixon. It was published by Wanderer Books in and by Grosset & Dunlap in Plot summary. When five Egyptian statuettes are stolen from a museum, the Hardy Boys travel to vanbuskirkphotos.com: Franklin W. Dixon. The Mummy!: Or a Tale of the Twenty-Second Century is an three-volume novel written by Jane Webb (later Jane C. Loudon). It concerns the Egyptian mummy of Cheops, who is brought back to life in the year The novel describes a future filled with advanced technology, and was the first English-language story Author: Anon (actually Jane Webb).

THE MUMMY CASE Peabody Book 03 Elizabeth Peters. After the death of the author of these memoirs (of which this is the third volume to appear), her heirs felt that her animated (if biased) descriptions of the early days of excavation in Egypt should not be kept. There's a mysterious scrap of papyrus and a missing mummy case to investigate, while she keeps at least one eye on their precocious son, Ramses, and his Egyptian cat. But the digging turns truly dangerous when Amelia and Emerson look for answers in . Excerpt from The Mummy Case, From flivvers to planes Bob's kept as all afraid. I n dare - devil stunts his fortune's surely made. Athletic Club 1, 2, 3' Dramatics Club 4, president 4' three-act Plays 1 2, 4, Street of Dreams, Goof from Gopher's Gulch, A Date With Judy; Student Council 3, Dancing Club 3. Filled with spine-tingling suspense, precise archaeological and historical detail, and Amelia Peabody's trademark witty, wry voice, Elizabeth Peters's The Mummy Case is a classic installment in the beloved Amelia Peabody series.