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Set in 1884, this is the first installment in what has become a beloved bestselling series At thirty two, strong willed Amelia Peabody, a self proclaimed spinster, decides to use her ample inheritance to indulge her passion, Egyptology On her way to Egypt, Amelia encounters a young woman named Evelyn Barton Forbes The two become fast friends and travel on together, encountering mysteries, missing mummies, and Radcliffe Emerson, a dashing and opinionated archaeologist who doesn t need a woman s help or so he thinks. ❮Reading❯ ➺ Muerte en Hamburgo (Jan Fabel, Author Craig Russell – Lavons.co.uk this is the first installment in what has become a beloved bestselling series At thirty two [Reading] ➷ Jazz Age Stories By F. Scott Fitzgerald – Lavons.co.uk strong willed Amelia Peabody ❰Read❯ ➱ Much Obliged, Jeeves Author P.G. Wodehouse – Lavons.co.uk a self proclaimed spinster ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Wrong Blood By Manuel de Lope ❤ – Lavons.co.uk decides to use her ample inheritance to indulge her passion [KINDLE] ❁ The Customer-Funded Business ❄ John W. Mullins – Lavons.co.uk Egyptology On her way to Egypt [PDF / Epub] ✐ The Affair ☃ Emma Kavanagh – Lavons.co.uk Amelia encounters a young woman named Evelyn Barton Forbes The two become fast friends and travel on together ☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Summer People & The Little House By Shirley Jackson ✐ – Lavons.co.uk encountering mysteries ❮Epub❯ ➥ Beautiful Creatures ➤ Author Lulu Taylor – Lavons.co.uk missing mummies ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ Dr. Simon Forman ⚣ Author Judith Cook – Lavons.co.uk and Radcliffe Emerson ❴Read❵ ➪ Susannah (Sunfire, Author Candice Ransom – Lavons.co.uk a dashing and opinionated archaeologist who doesn t need a woman s help or so he thinks. Crocodile on the Sandbank


10 thoughts on “Crocodile on the Sandbank

  1. says:

    When I was younger, around 12 years old, I wanted to become an archeologist in Egypt I read quite a few books about Ancient Egypt and other equally old civilizations , ranging from the decipher of the hieroglyphic alphabet, to different theories regarding the creation of Pyramids, even about alien


  2. says:

    What a marvellous, marvellous book I ve seen Elizabeth Peter s books around, of course, but knew nothing of what they were about, and the covers never particularly attracted me After seeing them recommended on someone s blog, I thought I d pick up the first of her Amelia Peabody series and what a joy


  3. says:

    Men are frail creatures, of course one does not expect them to exhibit the steadfastness of women Barbara Mertz was one creative gal she hooked me with her gothic mysteries under the Barbara Michaels penname, but I never indulged as much in her straight mystery stories under the name Elizabeth Peters I


  4. says:

    I m sick of reading tiresome things, so I m going to read this fun thing and the next two in the series so there That was fun Cheered me up immensely.


  5. says:

    This book made me laugh out loud several times, but that s not the only reason I loved it It also introduced me to Amelia Peabody, no nonsense lady archaeologist doctor and resident badass, whose travels through Egypt are full of interesting characters and settings I mean, you can t not love a Victorian lady


  6. says:

    What a pleasant, well written and entertaining book I guess I have found myself another series and I believe this is a pretty long one Amelia Peabody is a wonderful character, sometimes verging on becoming a caricature but the author writes subtly enough to prevent this happening The same applies to Emerson who


  7. says:

    This book launched a prolific historical mystery series featuring Amelia Peabody, which makes use of the author s expertise in ancient Egypt and the archaeology that studies it Peters real name is Dr Barbara Mertz, a well respected Egyptologist in real life She also writes acclaimed romantic suspense under the name


  8. says:

    I was happy to find this on audio at the library, although I have a paper copy It s easier to squeeze in an audiobook sometimes, and I thought this would be an enjoyable listen I was right The narrator drew me right into the story I loved the manner in which Barbara Rosenblatt endowed these characters with a distincti


  9. says:

    This was a fun, cosy read as long as you re not expecting much of a plot and don t mind a bit of cliche Independent, feisty Amelia Peabody, a Victorian feminist is just the sort of heroine you want in a cosy mystery set amongst the sand dunes of an archaeological dig in Egypt An old maid at 29, she has decided to use her


  10. says:

    99c Kindle sale, August 7, 2018 Today only I bit


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