The Mask of Ra by Paul Doherty
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Here's a little treat for fans of ancient Egypt AND mysteries. Emphasis mystery.
Really, it reads like a historical fiction, a good deal of immersion in the life and times (mostly after his life) of Pharoah Tuthmosis II. Of course, we've got law enforcement (Amerotke, a judge who doubles as a cop) trying to uncover the truth of the Pharoah's death.
It's a pretty standard mystery with all the normal mystery twists, but that's not to say it wasn't also enjoyable. It's a nice change of pace for me and I think I might try to find the other books in the series.
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