Seeing a Large Cat by Elizabeth Peters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Seeing A Large Cat, by Elizabeth Peters
★★★★★ and a ♥
Synopsis: Best-selling mystery author Elizabeth Peters has captured the hearts of thousands of readers with her spunky Victorian Egyptologist, Amelia Peabody Emerson. In Seeing a Large Cat, Amelia must ensnare a modern-day killer, a bogus spiritualist, and a predatory debutante in the awesome Valley of the Kings. Someone is sending ominous messages: "Stay away from tomb Twenty-A!" Intrigued, parasol-wielding Amelia won't rest until she finds the forbidden burial site.
In A Sentence: Lots of fun, yadda-yadda-yadda, you’ve heard it all before.
My Thoughts: As always, I continue to enjoy the series . In this one, Ramses is 15 years old and you start to see him more like an adventurous young man and less like a precocious little boy. In this book, we get “documents from Manuscript H”, which provides another side to the story, from Ramses’ point of view. I do like this add-on to the story, as you get to understand Ramses better, along with Nefret and David. Overall, I don’t have anything more to say to this book that I haven’t said already in previous reviews. It’s a great series and worth a look. It’s also worth continuing the series if you weren’t wowed by the first book.
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