The Last Camel Died at Noon

by Elizabeth Peters | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 9781854293895 Global Overview for this book
Registered by winggreenbadgerwing of St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom on 8/24/2019
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Journal Entry 1 by winggreenbadgerwing from St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom on Saturday, August 24, 2019
Another hilarious episode of Amelia Peabody and husband Emerson's archaeological escapades in Egypt. This one is even more far-fetched than usual as they join the hunt for a lost explorer only to find themselves prisoners in an undiscovered outpost of an ancient civilisation. Amelia Peabody is as redoubtable as ever and this is a fun read.

Released 3 wks ago (8/24/2019 UTC) at Footpath out of Verulam estate in St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom

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Journal Entry 3 by Gerdien50Kendal at St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom on Monday, September 02, 2019
How wonderful to find a traveling book on a bench on my dog walk! I love reading and I am part of a book club. I will read this book over the next few weeks, discuss it with my book club and sent it back into the wild in the UK or abroad.... who knows where this book will travel? Thank you greenbadger, a great idea. Reminded me of “The President’s Hat” by A Laurain

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