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Daughter of the Crocodile

Duncan Sprott

Daughter of the Crocodile: Book 2 of the Ptolemies Quartet by Duncan Sprott is an ancient Egyptian novel spanning twelve generations of Pharaohs from the death of Alexander the Great to the fall of Cleopatra.

Format
Paperback
ISBN
9780571226238
Date Published
02.08.2007
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Summary

The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. Powerful. Irresponsible. Dangerous. It’s 279 BC. and Ptolemy Philandelphus finds his wife ousted by his reptillian sister, who wants to marry him herself . . . A generation later, and Berenike Beta murders her husband and marries Ptolemy Euergetes instead. But with the glory of the Ptolemies at its height after Egypt wins victories at Syria, it is the turn of the murderess to be murdered.

Meanwhile, the people of Egypt are thinking about revolution . . .

DuncanSprott

Duncan Sprott was born in 1952. He is the author of 1784, The Clopton Hercules and Our Lady of the Potatoes. He lives in Ireland.

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