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Eye of Ra
Eye of Ra
Author: Michael Asher
ISBN-13: 9780006513179
ISBN-10: 0006513174
Publication Date: 7/17/2000
Pages: 464
Edition: New Ed
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Publisher: Firebird Distributing
Book Type: Paperback
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Omar Ross, a maverick archaeologist, is disturbed by the death - and the disappearance of the body - of his colleague, Julian Cranwell, who had become obsessed in his search for a legendary lost city. Somehow this - and the deaths of Tutankhamen, Howard Carder, Orde Wingate and many others - are connected, and as Ross begins to investigate, every contact, every informant disappears. Threatened, almost friendless, Ross turns for help to his mother's people, the Bedouin Hawazim tribe, and it is with them, that he solves the mystery of the Eye of Ra.