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The Lost Pharaoh by Daniel Molitor
  

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The Lost Pharaoh by Daniel Molitor

A mysterious journal from the 1930s reveals the startling tale of an archaeologist's ill-fated expedition to Egypt, the land of the pharaohs. Follow along as the adventurer's words and vintage photographs involve you in a story that starts in the shadowy underworld of Cairo, moves to a violent confrontation with a rival explorer in the desert sands, and brings you face to face with a sinister cult of evil killers. 80pp, illustrated with vintage photographs and original sketches.

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Publication date

1st December 2006

Author

Daniel Molitor

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
80 pages

Categories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781430304302

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