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Sunday, December 29, 2013

DEATH IN THE HOUSE OF LIFE_Not Everything in Ancient Tombs Is Dead

Before Indiana Jones ... 

        Before Allan Quartermain ... 

             There was ... 

Samuel McCord 

Join the cursed Texican as 

     He clashes with the last survivor of an extinct species in the Missouri of 1848. 

     He communes with the Spirit of the Earth in the Hawaii of 1866. 

      He is betrayed into the hands of the British government in 1895 Cairo. 

Thrill to his escapes from ancient death traps in the ruins of the lost city of Tanis. 

Match wits with him 

      As he duels grey aliens and seeks to decipher the mysteries left behind by the aliens who were the basis for the gods of Ancient Egypt. 

     As he seeks to save the world and his marriage from the monster that is the eternal beauty, Meilori Shinseen

      … The Empress of a race from beyond the stars

 … and his wife. 

DOC SAVAGE had no wilder crew to back him up than does Samuel McCord – 

       Mark Twain … Oscar Wilde … 

       The genius Nikola Tesla … 

       The undead Ada Byron, creator of the first computer language in the 1840’s. 

And the incomparable She Who Devours, 
       the model for the Sphinx … 

Empress Meilori Shinseen … McCord’s beloved wife 

And the probable Destroyer of our world. 

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  1. Interesting video on Egypt. Now I see the tie-in with the Sphinx and Sekhmet. The museum in Cairo is certainly different than the Louvre; but I'd love to see those sculptures.

    It's fun to speculate on an older race, and man has long done just that. We long to know our history.

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  3. D.G.:
    My novel is set in the time when the French control the Cairo Museum, I thought you might like that aspect of things!

    I'm a firm believer that Man thinks he knows more about the past than he truly does!

  4. Sounds awesome! All the best. :-D

    Have a wonderful New Year!

  5. Thanks, Misha:
    May your New Year be a great and awesome thing. :-)

  6. I agree with the John Bunyan quote. I feel as if it was directed at me.

    Happy New Year!

  7. Loved your cover!

    Happy New Year! Sorry about your kitty.

    Hugs and chocolate!

  8. Elizabeth:
    Wasn't that quote wonderfully wise? May your New Year be bright with love and healing.

    Leonora Roy outdid herself with that cover, didn't she? May your New Year find happiness your constant companion.