Tomb of the Golden Bird
Publish date: March 28th 2006
Pages no: 576
Edition language: English
As always excellent narration by Barbara Rosenblatt. Once again, the mystery is thin (if you can even call it a mystery since everything just kind of fizzles out). But by book 18 time spent with the Emersons is like visiting old friends. Always enjoyable.
Not awful, but a far cry from Peters' Amelia Peabody series, both in the quality of writing and the quality of plotting. The plot was predictable here and the romance not convincing; still, it had its share of excitement towards the end and some of the descriptions of the Valley of the Kings in moon...
This was an enjoyable read, but it wasn't spectacular. Despite the sense of urgency in the last 100 pages with Tommy locked in a tomb, and she doesn't know what part of the country she's in, without food or water and waiting for a murderer to come back (and I would think the dehydration for the 12 o...
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