Series: Amerotke: Ancient Egyptian Mysteries

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The Mask of Ra by P. C. Doherty1
The Horus Killings by P. C. Doherty2
The Anubis slayings by P. C. Dohertybook 3
The Slayers of Seth by P. C. Doherty4
The Assassins of Isis by Paul Dohertybook 5
The Poisoner of Ptah by P. C. Dohertybook 6
Spies of Sobeck by P. C. Dohertybook 7
The Amerotke Omnibus by Paul Dohertyomnibus 2-4

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  1. The Right Hand of Amon by Lauren Haney (1997)
  2. An Evil Spirit Out of the West by Paul Doherty (2003)
  3. Murder in the Place of Anubis by Lynda S. Robinson (1994)
  4. Year of the Hyenas by Brad Geagley (2005)
  5. The House of Death by P. C. Doherty (2001)
  6. City of the Horizon by Anton Gill (1991)
  7. The Mammoth Book of Egyptian Whodunnits by Mike Ashley (2002)
  8. The Devil's Hunt by P. C. Doherty (1997)
  9. Nefertiti by Nick Drake (2006)
  10. Saturnalia by Lindsey Davis (2007)
  11. The Hippopotamus Marsh: Lord of the Two Lands: Volume I (Lords of the Two Lands, Volume 1) by Pauline Gedge (1998)
  12. The Apothecary Rose by Candace Robb (1993)
  13. Nobody Loves a Centurion by John Maddox Roberts (1995)
  14. A Cruel Courtship by Candace Robb (2005)
  15. Ramses: The Son of Light - Volume I by Christian Jacq (1995)

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