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Sleeper In The Sands

Tom Holland

Published  1998    372 pages


In 1922 in the Valley of the Kings, Howard Carter opens the tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen.  This is just the start of the story which takes the reader back into the mysteries of ancient Egypt and finally reveals the truth about the tombs deadly secret.


I have really enjoyed all the vampire novels of Tom Holland.  The Sleeper In The Sands blends literature with historical fact, adventure with romance and chilling horror.  My only criticism is that the story was slow to start with but once it got going it was worth the initial effort.  If you are interested in Curse of the Mummy type stories and like vampires you could really enjoy this book.

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