The Assassins of Isis (Amerotke, #5)

The Assassins of Isis (Amerotke, #5) The Mysterious Sebaus A Sect Taking Its Name From Demons Has Stolen A Powerful Secret, And The Wrath Of The Fiery Hatusu Knows No Bounds But When The Empire S Great Military Hero, General Suten, Is Bitten To Death By Vipers, It Appears Events Have Spiraled Out Of Her Control.Meanwhile, A Dark Shadow Lies Across The Temple Of Isis The Peace Of This Holy Place, Renowned As An Oasis Of Calm And Healing, Has Been Disturbed Four Of The Hesets, The Temple Handmaids, Have Vanished Without A Trace Will Lord Amerotke, Pharaoh S Chief Judge, Unravel The Mysteries Before Further Violence Erupts Or Will He Find The Perpetrators In League With Forced Beyond His Jurisdiction I love reading about ancient Egypt, and when I saw this book I had to get it I found it used, online, for a very cheap price It was quite entertaining and the details about ancient Egypt were excellent The overall thrust of the novel is that tomb robbers have been breaking into the tombs of the noble Egyptians, and also, a powerful general has been murdered The pharaoh
I ll be kind here maybeof a 2.5 Another in the series of ancient Egyptian mysteries featuring the astute Chief Judge Amerotke and his sidekick the dwarf Shufoy during the reign of Hatshepsut Hatusu This one involves tomb robbers, murders, arson and kidnapping of four temple maidens The intrepid duo set out to solve the crimes and capture a gang led by the mysterious Khetra I liked the characters bouncing theories of whodunnit off each other and why The ending did seem neatly wrap I
I felt that this in the series was a littlesinister than the previous amertoke novels The temple and priests made this a lot darker and I think the series although only two left will only get better and still be well worthy of five stars Great series , beautifully written and worth reading Lots of intrigue and a mystery that had many layers I thought I had it figured out, and I was completely wrong Rare in the world of cozy series mysteries, so definitely kudos for that. I enjoyed this book as much as the first book in series The Mask of Ra The story line, which focused around a band of tomb robbers that are connected to different crimes all over Thebes is both interesting and engaging, allowing the reader a real look into the lives of
No matter how much you crave for the mystery to be solved, the ending is always the same and the book of secret will always be worthy of its name The glory of Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty has in
Paul Doherty is very thorough in his research for his books are historical mysteries not just mysteries His writing is descriptive with details that are accurate and interesting placing the reader right in the story So good to see the characters plot and connive, and get caught. The Assassins of Isis by Paul C DohertyThe Assassins of Isis is, as the cover says, a story of ambition, politics, and murder The setting is the royal city of Thebes, the ancient capital of 18th Dynasty Egypt A mysterious sect known as Sebaus has broken into the tomb of Rahimere, once a powerful vizier who died in disgrace and who took some very dangerous secrets to the grave with him When Queen Pharaoh Hatusu a variant of the name Hatshepsut, with which I amfamiliar learns of this, The Assassins of Isis by Paul C DohertyThe Assassins of Isis is, as the cover says, a story of ambition, politics, and murder The setting is the royal city of Thebes, the ancient capital of 18th Dynasty Egypt A mysterious sect known as Sebaus has broken into the tomb of Rahimere, once a powerful vizier who died in disgrace and who took some very dangerous secrets to the grave with him When Queen Pharaoh Hatusu a variant of the name Hatshepsut, with which I amfamiliar learns of this, she sets Judge Amerotke to find the thieves and bring them to justice which in Ancient Egypt meant a brutal execution Along the way, Amerotke encounters other mysteries at the Temple of Isis, and in the death of General Suten, a war hero who i
Another detailed look into the culture of ancient Egypt I m at the point that I can t wait to finish remodeling my pond in my backyard so I can sit around and smell the lotus while I feast on sugared dates and grilled goose.I feel myself being drawn into Egyptandwith each mystery solved The sequencing of this book is the same as the four before but the murders and punishment seem to get a littlegruesome It does seem repetitious, as far as a murder tied to a temple and priest Another detailed look into the culture of ancient Egypt I m at the point that I can t wait to finish remodeling my pond in my backyard so I can sit around and smell the lotus while I feast on sugared dates and grilled goose.I feel myself being drawn into Egyptandwith each mystery solved The sequencing of this book is the same as the four before but the murders and punishment seem to get a littlegruesome It does seem repetitious, as far as a murder tied to a temple and priests, the personal insu
This is the fifth Egyptian murder mystery starring Lord Amerotke, the Pharaoh s chief judge It is a quick paced adventure with plenty of Egyptian detail to fascinate the reader Pharaoh Hatusu asks Amerotke to stop the audacious grave robbers It seems a simple request but in fact there sat stake General Suten has been murdered, and there is trouble at the Temple of Isis Why have four temple girls vanished and who murdered the captain of the Temple Guard There are also complaints that This is the fifth Egyptian murder mystery starring Lord Amerotke, the Pharaoh s chief judge It is a quick paced adventure with plenty of Egyptian detail to fascinate the reader Pharaoh Hatusu asks Amerotke to stop the audacious grave robbers It see

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Assassins of Isis (Amerotke, #5)
  • Paul Doherty
  • English
  • 15 July 2019
  • 0312359608