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Bow Tie: The First Manuscript of the…

Bow Tie: The First Manuscript of the Richards' Trust

by W. J. Cherf

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Great Science Fiction Series.

W.J. Cherf has outdone himself with his science fiction series published by Richards’ Trust in accordance with the posthumous wishes of Egyptologist Joseph William Richards, Ph.D.

These tales combine time travel, Egyptian history, and science fiction to create wonderful exciting stories.

All three books are intriguing and exceptional.

Whether you read one or all of the books in the series, you will not be disappointed!!

Highly Recommended!! ( )
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  AmandaKerr | Jan 25, 2013 |
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and eagerly await the next installment. The author has successfully combined several intriguing topics (Egyptology, quantum physics, time travel, and more) into a truly unique, absorbing story. I loved it! ( )
  SuzanneD | Jan 15, 2012 |
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During the early 1970s an international team noticed, while x-raying a group of royal mummies at the Cairo National Museum, some extremely unexpected physiological details among several of them. Separate DNA data collected in the early 1970s but not discovered or tested until two decades later, the chromosomal evidence proved to be equally disquieting. When taken together, they argued for the introduction of a unique genetic anomaly into the human genome during the Egyptian late Eighteenth Dynasty; the source was extraterrestrial. How does an international scientific effort resolved the situation by using a most unusual means for prosecuting a most unscrupulous task, time travel and murder?… (more)

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