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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Kings River Life Likes The Egyptian Curse

"The Egyptian Curse, Dan Andriacco and Kieran McMullen’s third and final (say it ain’t so) Enoch Hale mystery, delivers a masterful plot with a thunderous twist at the end."

Mystery writer Kathleen Kaska served up a great review of The Egyptian Curse on the Kings River Life website. Please check it out.

Meanwhile, here's more:"

"True to form, Andriacco and Kieran pepper the story with colorful real-life folks– archeologist Howard Carter is another suspect, Leonard and Virginia Woolf fall under suspicion, and Hale’s confidant Tom (T. S. Elliot) lends Hale a hand. Father Ronald A Knox offers his opinion and a few righteous words of wisdom, and like in most of his movies, Alfred Hitchcock makes a cameo.

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