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1 Peters, Elizabeth Lion in the Valley (Amelia Peabody Mystery #4)
New York Tor 1987 0812507649 / 9780812507645 27th Edition; Second Printing Mass Market paperback Very Good 



Corners bumped, a little edge wear, light reading crease. An attractive copy. ;
Fourth in the Amelia Peabody Mystery series. ; Amelia Peabody; 6" - 7" Tall; 310 pages;

"The digging season of 1895-96 promised to be a wonderful one: Amelia Peabody, her irascible and doting husband Emerson, and their hell-raising - and precocious - eight-year-old son Ramses were off to Egypt. And true to his word, Emerson was giving Amelia a pyramid (albeit a small one) of her own to excavate. The only shadow was the threat hurled by Amelia into the face of the Master Criminal, the man responsible for their near demise the last time they were in Egypt: 'I will hunt you down and put an end to your nefarious activities.'
"The challenge is answered! As much as Sethos wants to deal in antiquities, as much as he will go to any length to reach his ends, there is something the Master Criminal wants more than riches.
" Amelia Peabody! "
8523 
Price: 3.95 USD

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2 Peters, Elizabeth Summer of the Dragon
New York Dodd, Mead & Co. 1979 0396076890 / 9780396076896 First Edition Library Binding Good+ with no dust jacket 


275 pp. Rebound in sturdy library binding with black boards and white lettering. Ex-library with usual stamps and pocket. Front flap info pasted inside front pastedown and free endpaper. Corners slightly bumped and worn. Text is clean and bright.

"With a face and figure suitable for a centerfold, and an appetite for sweets like a teenager, D.J. Abbott found it almost impossible to convince people - especially men - that she had a good, sensible mind. But she did. And it told her not to accept the job she was offered at Hank Hunnicutt's ranch in Arizona. Still, the ranch was famous for its luxury and its food. And Hank was a fabulously eccentric character, a fascinating mixture of genius and childlike faith in the people around him. D.J. decided to give it a go. She knew she would be running into a lot of exotic types among Hank's guests. He was a notorious pushover for all the practitioners of 'occult arts.' But, she told herself, her sense of humor would see her through. And at first it did. . . Then, suddenly, everything changed. Hank - wonderful, generous Hank - suffered an 'accident' that only someone in the house could have arranged. While the guests eyed each other and D.J. with suspicion and fear, Hank disappeared. Abducted. Perhaps dead. No one knew who had done it, or why. Except the criminal. And it became more and more apparent that the next target was D.J."; Ex-Library; 7" - 9" Tall
006726 
Price: 18.00 USD

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3 Peters, Elizabeth The Dead Sea Cipher
New York, NY Avon 2001 0380731142 / 9780380731145 27th Edition; 1st Avon Printing Mass Market Paperback Good+ 


Spine slanted, creased, corners worn, minor edge wear with a small tear along bottom edge. Light tanning but text is clean and unmarked. A good reading copy. ; 6" - 7" Tall; 362 pages;

" It was the start of a grand adventure in a land of antiquity, a rare opportunity to visit biblical places shrouded in mystery. But in a Jerusalem hotel room a world away from everything she knows, Dinah van der Lyn herars angry voices through the wall, followed by a crash and a brief cry in English . . . For help! The brutal shattering of an evening's stillness becomes a prelude to terror. Without warning, Dinah has been unwittingly pulled into something unholy transpiring in a sacred city, and she must find answers hidden in the shadows. And she must trust an enigmatic stranger as she races through ancient, twisting streets teeming with secrets and peril, a man who may be leading her to safety . . . Or to her doom. "
8525 
Price: 3.95 USD

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4 Peters, Elizabeth The Falcon At the Portal (Amelia Peabody Mystery #11)
New York Avon 2000 0812507649 / 9780812507645 27th Edition; Eighth Printing Mass Market paperback Very Good- 



Spine a bit creased, corners worn, minor edge wear. Overall a nice copy. ;
Eleventh in the Amelia Peabody Mystery series. ; Amelia Peabody; 6" - 7" Tall; 450 pages;

" Amelia and family have arrived in Egypt for the 1911 archaeological season. But trouble finds them immediately when their young friend David is accused of selling ancient artifacts. While Amelia and company try to expose the real culprit, the body of an American is found at the bottom of their excavation shaft and a child of mysterious antecedents sparks a crisis that threatens to tear the family apart. Amelia brings her brilliant powers of deduction to bear, but someone is shooting bullets at her - and coming awfully close! "
8524 
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5 Peters, Elizabeth The Golden One [Large Print]
New York HarperCollins 2001 0060093862 / 9780060093860 Large Print Edition Trade Paperback Very Good+ 
Illustrated by Singer, Phil [cover]

"This Large Print Book carries the Seal of Approval of N.A.V.H." Corners slightly bumped. Very gently used copy from retirement community library. A bright, attractive copy.

"A new year, 1917, is dawning, and the Great War that ravages the world shows no sign of abating. Answering the siren call of Egypt once more, 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 intrepid clan of archaeologists: the freshly and savagely slain corpse of a thief defiling the ancient burial site. Yet this is nothing compared with the lethal fate that threatens Ramses. Answering a call he cannot refuse from British military intelligence, Ramses must journey to Gaza this ancient fabled city to undertake a mission as personal as it is perilous. Death will surely be his lot if he is caught or exposed. Meanwhile Ramses's wife, Nefret, guards a secret of her own...."; Ex-Library; 7" - 9" Tall
004351 
Price: 15.00 USD

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