- Amelia Peabody Series -

The Ancient Egypt Bibliography is a growing list of over 550 books on Ancient Egypt, written in different languages.

This list is intentionally eclectic: some books will be highly scientific, some are meant for a more general audience and others yet are intended for children.

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Crocodile on the Sandbank

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1992

Amelia Peabody, a passionate Egyptologist living at the turn of the 19th century, inherits a large sum of money and decided to go to Egypt. On her way, she meets a young woman who appears to be the victim of a plot. Peabody's career as an Egyptologist and crime-fighter has started.

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The Curse of the Pharaohs

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1992

A murderer is at large at an excavation site in Egypt and Amelia Peabody is out to git him.

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The Mummy Case

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1995

Amelia and her husband, Emerson, have to investigate the death of an antiquities dealer and the theft of a mummy case.

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Lion in the Valley

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1999

The 1895-96 season promises to be an exceptional one for Amelia Peabody. The abduction of her 8 year old son sets Amelia on the trail of more than just antiquities.

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The Deeds of the Disturber

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2000

A 19th Dynasty mummy is suspected of the murder of a night watchman in the British Museum. Amelia sets out for the real killer.

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The Last Camel Died at Noon

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1994

In Sudan to search for Viscount Blacktower's son and his new bride, Egyptologist Amelia Peabody, her husband Emerson, and their son, Ramses, become caught in web of treachery, and their survival depends on Amelia's sleuthing skills

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The Snake, the Crocodile & the Dog

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1994

Amelia and Emerson's romantic second honeymoon is cut terribly short when Emerson is kidnapped by terrorists and loses his memory while in captivity.

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The Hippopotamus Pool

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1997

Amelia, along with her husband Radcliffe, son Ramses, and attractive young ward Nefret, returns to her beloved Thebes, this time to excavate a heretofore undiscovered tomb that supposedly contains the remains--and priceless treasures--of Queen Tetisheri.

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Seeing a Large Cat

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1998

It is 1903, and Amelia and her family are in Cairo, dealing with everything from mummies (both the ancient and more recent varieties) to affairs of the heart.

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The Ape who Guards the Balance

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 1998

The 1907 excavation season of Amelia and Radcliffe is interupted when the body of a young woman washes up on the shores of the Nile.

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The Falcon at the Portal

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2000

It is 1911, and David Todros, a young Egyptian who has just married into the Peabody family, is suspected of dealing in forged antiquities, possibly to help support a rising nationalist movement.

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He Shall Thunder in the Sky

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2001

The winter of 1914-15 finds the Peabody-Emerson family back in Cairo--now under British martial law, with the Suez Canal under constant threat of attack from the Ottoman Empire.

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Lord of the Silent

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2002

In Egypt, 1915, the redoubtable English archaeologist Amelia Peabody Emerson and her eccentric and closely knit group of family and friends are up to their old tricks.

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The Golden One

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2002

Amelia Peabody and her family arrive at their home in Luxor to learn of a new royal tomb ransacked by thieves. Soon an even more disturbing outrage concerns the clan of archaeologists: the freshly slain corpse of a thief defiling the ancient burial site.

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Children of the Storm

Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2005

The theft of some valuable antiquities from the home of a friend, disturbs the post war tranquility of Amelia's family, sets her on a collision course with an adversary more formidable than she's ever encountered before.

 

Guardian at the Horizon

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2005

Amelia Peabody gets summoned back to the Lost Oasis, a hidden stronghold in the Western Desert she discovered years ago and has kept silent, even from fellow Egyptologists.

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The Serpent at the Crown

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2005

An excentric widow asks Amelia's husband Emerson to remove a curse from a golden statuette that she thinks is responsible for the death of her husband. As the statuette attracks the attention of antiquities dealers and others, the plot thickens.

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Tomb of the Golden Bird

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Author(s): Peters, Elizabeth
Published: Warner Books, 2007

Amelia Peabody's husband, Emerson, tries to obtain digging rights in the Valley of the Kings at the time of the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. At the same time, his half-brother Sethos arrives carrying a mysterious document that will involve Amelia and her family in Middle East policies, conspiracies and love affairs.

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