Children of the Storm

Children of the Storm

Book - 2003
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The Great War has ended at last. No longer must archaeologist Amelia Peabody and her husband, Emerson, the distinguished Egyptologist, fear for the life of their daring son, Ramses, now free from his dangerous wartime obligations to British Intelligence. But in the aftermath of conflict, evil still casts a cold shadow over violence-scarred Egypt. The theft of valuable antiquities from the home of a friend causes great concern in the Emerson household. Ramses's strange encounter with a woman costumed in the veil and gold crown of the goddess Hathor only deepens the mystery. And the brutal death of the suspected thief washes the unsettling affair in blood--setting Amelia on a terrifying collision course with an adversary more fiendish and formidable than any she has ever encountered.

Publisher: New York : Morrow, c2003.
ISBN: 9780061999376
Characteristics: xv, 555 p. ;,19 cm.


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Nov 11, 2016

After the Great War, the Emersons, joined by extended family and the Vandergelds, go back to excavation, with grandchildren. Complicated trouble comes to them, naturally. Naturally, they solve the puzzles. Fun to watch Ramses and David, along with Nefret, Lia, Emerson and Peabody, interact with both the children, and Sethos. Not the best in the series, but for fans still not one to be missed. The introduction is a wonderful summing up, in case the Reader is meeting the characters for the first time.

Dec 16, 2010

The Great War has ended, but evil still casts a long shadow over a violence-scarred land.

One woman - an adventurer and archaeologist with a brilliant mind - must now confront a dreadful adversary more fiendish and formidable than any she has ever encountered. But by doing so, she may be feeding the flames of a devastating firestorm that threatens the fragile lives of the tender and innocent.

May 23, 2010

The usual excitement and dangers to be found in this series, but this time the third generation is present in abundance, adding their shenanigans to the mix.

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