Mummy Case by Elizabeth Peters

Elizabeth Peters is the pseudonym used by author Barbara Mertz when writing her mysteries featuring archeologist and amateur detective Amelia Peabody.

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Mummy Case by Elizabeth Peters


Features

  • Paperback: 336 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.94 x 6.74 x 4.15
  • Publisher: Warner Books; Reprint edition (June 1995)
  • ISBN: 0446601934


    Reader Reviews
    I'm Hooked, August 8, 2003 Reviewer: ladysekhmet9 from Davenport, IA United States To be honest, I was not a mystery fan until I was given a stack of Elizabeth Peters novels as a birthday present. I gave the first three a try, because they are about Egyptology, something I am extremely interested in. Now that I have finished 'The Mummy Case,' I am hooked. Gotta go get more Egypt mysteries. The charachters in all of the books are very likeable, especially if you are interested in archaeology and history, as my hubby and I are. (I could almost imagine us in place of Emerson and Peabody during some of their arguments.) There were also plenty of humorous breaks to the suspense and drama, and just enough action to speed you through the end. Even Ramses (and I know I'm going to get flack for saying this,) becomes more likeable toward the end of the book, and his presence was initially my least favorite part of the book. That is my only real nitpick though, and I look foreward to reading more novels in this series.

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