|Deeds of the Disturber, the (1986) [Novel]|
by Elizabeth Peters
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Series: Amelia Peabody
Can fear kill? There are those who believe so—but Amelia Peabody is skeptical. A respected Egyptologist and amateur sleuth, Amelia has foiled felonious schemes from Victoria's England to the Middle East. And she doubts that it was a Nineteenth-Dynasty mummy's curse that caused the death of a night watchman in the British Museum. The corpse was found sprawled in the mummy's shadow, a look of terror frozen on the guard's face. What—or who—killed the unfortunate man is a mystery that seems too intriguingly delicious for Amelia to pass up, especially now that she, her dashing archeologist husband, Emerson, and their precocious son, Ramses, are back on Britain's shores. But a contemporary curse can be as lethal as one centuries old—and the foggy London thoroughfares can be as treacherous as the narrow, twisting alleys of Cairo after dark—when a perpetrator of evil deeds sets his murderous sights on his relentless pursuer... Amelia Peabody.
Original title: The Deeds of the Disturber
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives
Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense