Thursday, October 23, 2014

What fiction readers say about "The Egyptian Mythology Murders"

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Book Poster - "The Egyptian Mythology Murders"

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A female mummy named Isis from the British Museum is taken to a hospital for a non-invasive imaging scan… so begins a mystery and a string of deaths.

An ancient cycle unfolds in modern day London - and a search for eternal love.

Can Jennefer, a young trainee museum curator and Jon, a police antiquities unit detective, stop the killings in time before a terrible culmination of events? 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Hatshepsut's daughter Neferure with favourite Senenmut

Tenderly holding Neferure on his lap, British Museum

He made for the sculpture gallery.

Egypt, both divinely monumental and naturalistic, surrounded him. Two statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, powerfully formed in dark granodiorite, flanked the entranceway to a hall, granting admittance, and inside, as stone slid by, other familiar sights came into view, a red granite lion with charmingly crossed forepaws, and further on, the statue of the Chief Steward Senenmut tenderly holding the daughter of Queen Hatshepsut, the little princess Neferure, on his lap - the child wrapped within his cloak and her face peeping out - then a soaring, crowned head of Pharaoh Amenhotep in the background. And people everywhere, creating a sound of buzzing like voices in a cathedral at prayer time...

The Elegance of Ancient Egypt

The Gayer Anderson cat, British Museum