All of the Amelia Peabody [Emerson} books are great, particularly the earlier ones. If you like to read about Egyptian archaeology, intrigue, and a really interesting late 19th to early 20th century English, archaeologist family, you'll like these books. And Elizabeth Peters (aka) knows her stuff I guess one of the things I really like about her books is that she sets the time period to the Howard Carter years and brings in lots of the local contemporary Egyptian culture from that time period as well. And the "tongue in cheek" humor is really great!
Wow, wow, wow! Amelia Peabody Emerson is at it again. The plot thickens. A new/old predator is after her. The plot thickens as disturbing personal problems decend on the Emerson clan. This is a real page turner!!
Amelia Peobody is at it again! In this 10th book in the series, Amelia takes up the cause of rights of women while dealing while digging at a less than exciting site. Enter in a mysteries papyrus, their faithful Reis, Abdullah and threats to her person. This one has a bittersweet ending but still one of my favorites.
Book 10 in the series. Abridged, 4 tapes, aprox. 6 hrs. Read by Samantha Eggar.