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LINCOLN CHILD is the "New York Times" best-selling author of "Terminal Freeze, Deep Storm, Death Match, " and "Utopia," as well as coauthor, with Douglas Preston, of numerous "New York Times" best sellers, most recently "Fever Dream." He lives with his wife and daughter in Morristown, New Jersey.
Back in 3200 B.C.E, King Narmer united Upper and Lower Egypt. Now, deep in the Sudd, a nasty swamp in northern Sudan, explorer Peter Stone is directing an archaeological dig aimed at uncovering Narmer's tomb. When folks on the dig get worried about an ancient curse, Stone brings in Professor Jeremy Logan (you'll remember him from brief appearances in Deep Storm and Terminal Freeze). Looks as if we may be seeing more of Logan; meanwhile, this is obviously one of the big thrillers of the season. (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
"Lincoln Child's novels are thrilling and tantalizing." --Vince Flynn "By mixing fact and fiction as well as science and the occult, Lincoln Child once again has created an offbeat thriller that is both exciting and thoughtprovoking." --The Free Lance-Star "Bestseller Child ("Terminal Freeze") more than succeeds in making a mummy's curse terrifying in this superb supernatural thriller...Child evokes fear through understatement...Readers will hope to see more of [lead character] Logan in a sequel." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Ample gadgetry, New Age soul-shifting, and pyrotechnics sufficient to employ a stable of stuntmen when brought to film: Child's newest is the sort of thing to delight all those who got wrapped up in "The Mummy. "Think, a Dan Brown-ian adventure amongst Pharaohs ready with a pocket full of curses." --Kirkus "Its characters are well drawn, and the mystery is nicely handled, keeping readers guessing as to whether something supernatural is going on here. Of the author's solo novels, this could be the best so far." --Booklist