Daughter Of The God-King

Daughter Of The God-King

eBook - 2013
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The Cursed Tombs of Egypt Hold Many Secrets... Miss Hattie Blackhouse has never been close to her parents...and no wonder, since the Blackhouses are renowned scholars who spend most of their time excavating ancient tombs in Egypt. But news of their disappearance forces Hattie to leave England and embark on a voyage that will reveal the long-buried secrets of her past. An encrypted senet board and a gold medallion lead Hattie on a perilous quest to track down her missing parents-and discover why people associated with the Blackhouses continue to turn up dead. What she uncovers is a secret that could alter the course of history... Filled with intrigue, romance, and ancient secrets, Anne Cleeland's thrilling novel takes you on an unforgettable Egyptian adventure.
Publisher: [United States] : Sourcebooks Inc : Made available through hoopla, 2013
ISBN: 9781402279867
1402279868
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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Chapel_Hill_KatieJ Aug 06, 2015

This novel is set at the time of Napoleon’s exile on the island of Elba. The absent emperor is in the back of every characters’ mind as they struggle for power. The main character Hattie, named after the Egyptian goddess Hathor, is the daughter of two politically-minded Egyptologists who have vanished while excavating a tomb in the Valley of the Kings. This novel has a convoluted plot with far too many characters to keep track of, and even at the end it isn’t entirely clear where each character’s allegiances lie. There is a lot of action and intrigue in this novel as Hattie tries to find out what happened to her parents and finds out more than she intended to about her own past.

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