By Victoria Holt
For hundreds of years the tombs of the Pharaos have been haunted by means of a dangerous curse. And while eminent archaeologists have died mysteriously, Judith Osmond used to be sure that it was once the curse at paintings. Then, in a single day, her lifestyles replaced. there has been an unforeseen inheritance. Then Tybalt, a tender archaeologist and the fellow she loved, requested her to marry him. yet Tybalt deliberate a honeymoon amid the tombs of the Pharoahs, and all of sudden it regarded as though the curse of the kings had come to hang-out Judith . . .
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We were meant to be …” “God-fearing,” I supplied for him. “So the Squire and his friends are looking for Roman remains close by. And it’s not a sudden fancy of his. He’s always been interested. Famous archaeologists often come to stay at Keverall Court. ” thundered Mr. Pegger. “It’s a heathen name. ” “Not like your Matthew Mark Luke John Isaac Reuben … and the rest. Judith is in the Bible. ” I fell to thinking of names. “Dorcas! ” I said. “Did you know, Mr. Pegger, that Theodosia means divinely given?
Take care,” I said before I could stop myself. He smiled. ” The door opened and Tabitha Grey came in. Like everyone at Giza House she interested me. She was beautiful in an unobtrusive way. It was only after one had seen her many times that one realized the charm of those features and the fascination of that air of resignation, a kind of acceptance of life. I had never been quite sure of her position at Giza House; she was a sort of specially privileged housekeeper. ” asked Tabitha. I declined with thanks, explaining that I should be going back without delay, or I should be missed.
I think my father’s old friend was shocked by his sudden death. Sir Ralph has always been somewhat apoplectic and had a mild stroke once before. I know that doctors have been warning him for years to show a little moderation. No, Sir Ralph’s illness has nothing to do with what was happening in Egypt. ” “Take care,” I said before I could stop myself. He smiled. ” The door opened and Tabitha Grey came in. Like everyone at Giza House she interested me. She was beautiful in an unobtrusive way. It was only after one had seen her many times that one realized the charm of those features and the fascination of that air of resignation, a kind of acceptance of life.
Curse of the Kings by Victoria Holt