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The Eyes of Pharaoh, set in Egypt inBC, brings an ancient world to life When Reya hints that Egypt is in danger from foreign nomads, Seshta and Horus don t take him seriously How could anyone challenge Egypt Then Reya disappears To save their friend, Seshta and Horus spy on merchants, soldiers, and royalty, and start to suspect even The Eyes of Pharaoh, the powerful head of the secret police Will Seshta and Horus escape the traps set for them, rescue Reya, and stop the plot against Egypt in time For ages nine and up The Eyes of Pharaoh

About the Author: Chris Eboch

Chris Eboch writes a variety of genres for all ages Advanced Plotting helps writers identify and fix plot weaknesses.The Genie s Gift is a lighthearted action novel Shy Anise seeks the Genie Shakayak to claim the Gift of Sweet Speech How will she get past a vicious she ghoul, a sorceress who turns people to stone, and mysterious sea monsters, when she can t even speak in front of strangers The Eyes of Pharaoh is a mystery set in ancient Egypt This story of drama and intrigue brings an ancient world to life as three friends investigate a plot against the Pharaoh.In The Well of Sacrifice, a Mayan girl in ninth century Guatemala rebels against the High Priest who sacrifices anyone challenging his power Read excerpts at books by Chris Eboch include the Haunted series for ages 8 12, which follows a brother and sister who travel with their parents ghost hunter TV show They try to help the ghosts, while keeping their activities secret from meddling grownups In The Ghost on the Stairs, an 1880s ghost bride haunts a Colorado hotel, waiting for her missing husband to return The Riverboat Phantom features a steamboat pilot still trying to prevent a long ago disaster In The Knight in the Shadows, a Renaissance French squire protects a sword on display at a New York City museum During The Ghost Miner s Treasure 2012 , Jon and Tania help a dead man find his lost gold mine but they re not the only ones looking for it.Jesse Owens Young Record Breaker and Milton Hershey Young Chocolatier are inspirational biographies in Simon Schuster s Childhood of Famous Americans series, written under the name M.M Eboch.Ms Eboch also writes for adults as Kris Bock Kris Bock novels are suspense and romance involving outdoor adventures and Southwestern landscapes Counterfeits starts a new series about stolen Rembrandt paintings that may be hidden in a small New Mexico art camp Whispers in the Dark features archaeology and intrigue among ancient Southwest ruins What We Found is a suspense with romantic elements about a young woman who finds a murder victim in the woods Rattled follows the hunt for a long lost treasure in the New Mexico desert Read excerpts at

10 thoughts on “The Eyes of Pharaoh

  1. Lelia Taylor Lelia Taylor says:

    I ve had a love affair with ancient Egypt for so long I can t remember how or when it started When I had a chance to spend a week there in 1989, I found the modern country just as fascinating and wonderful and I m sorry I ll probably never get back there, also sorry for the political

  2. Stacy Mozer Stacy Mozer says:

    Take a step back into Egyptian time and right into a mystery 1177 BCE Seshta, a temple dancer, wants to win a dance contest so she can be recognized by the kingdom, but when her friend Reya goes missing, she and her other friend Horus must search the kingdom to find him But what they fin

  3. Elizabeth Varadan Elizabeth Varadan says:

    Awhile back I had the pleasure of reading a historical mystery by Chris Eboch, The Eyes of Pharaoh, set in ancient Egypt during the reign of Ramses the Third This is a fast paced adventure, with historical details that plunge you into the era, engaging characters that feel realistic, and te

  4. Annie Johnson Annie Johnson says:

    The story moves quickly and is packed with adventure, action, culture, and history It s fun to read and to get to know the main characters This book will be very appealing to young readers who have a particular interest in ancient Egypt and especially those readers who need a book that isof a

  5. Marcus Johnson Marcus Johnson says:

    This was a most enjoyeble story It was short enough to read through in one evening, it had a good plot, and believeble characters It was also honest and open about aspects of the Ancient Egyptian culture that many modern readers may not like, but it did not dwell on those To me, this was the best

  6. Elena Elena says:

    I loved this book I read it as an e book and I literally couldn t put the Kindle down Highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good mystery

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