The Curse of the Pharaohs
Publish date: 1999
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Amelia Peabody (#2)
This book was nowhere near as good as the first. It was almost like a comedy routine to me. Mrs Peabody seemed more dumb and I thought so many of the things she did were just putting herself in danger rather than helping. There was no common sense in evidence. I couldn't wait until the book was ...
Not much of a review, but I enjoyed this one almost as much as the first in the series, and I look forward to reading more about Amelia's adventures in the remaining books in this series.
Victorian Amelia Peabody continues to journal her Egypt adventures, toddler Ramses left in England. Husband Radcliffe Emerson's old friend Lady Baskerville fears a curse killed her husband Sir Henry, and soon engages the attentions of American Cyrus. The will funds continued excavation. But a lady d...
Amelia Peabody is at it again! She and her archaeologist husband are solving crimes and digging up tombs. These delightful mysteries will leave you wanting more and hooked from page one to the last! I love these mysteries and of course reading about anything Egyptian is fascinating!
A second solid book in the Amelia Peabody series. I can't say I love this series, but I enjoy the characters and their banter enough to make me want to keep reading. The mystery is really not all that complicated or suspenseful, and sometimes the characters reactions to murders doesn't seem seriou...