Thursday, December 5, 2013

The Serpent on the Crown by Elizabeth Peters

The Emerson family is back in Egypt once again and as always there is a mystery, a murder, and a lot of hot, dusty, digging.

As always the Egyptology aspect is well represented as always although there is not a major find in that department.  Ramses and Nefret are finally getting to do their own thing, at least for a bit, and Peabody take full credit for that arrangement. 

Sethos appears about mid-way through, always an entertaining character and David arrives from England before the end. 

A very fun read which will actually have you laughing out loud so beware if you read in public.

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