The Seventh Scroll

The Seventh Scroll

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Baker & Taylor
The discovery of the Seventh Scroll, an ancient Egyptian papyrus containing the secret to a pharaoh's hidden tomb and its wealth, unleashes a deadly race to find the secret treasure

Blackwell North Amer
The Seventh Scroll, an ancient papyrus written by the slave Taita, holds the secret to the location of the Pharaoh's hidden tomb and his staggering untold wealth. Untouched for thousands of years, the scroll is accidentally discovered and instantly becomes something people will kill to obtain.
In a race against an unknown enemy, Royan Al Simma, a beautiful Egyptologist who has deciphered the scrolls, and Nicholas Quentin-Harper, an English adventurer who risks his fortune, search the Ethiopian highlands for the whereabouts of the Pharaoh's treasure. As they close in on the tomb, the brilliant Taita's ancient traps become deadly while their enemy brings his ruthlessness and power to bear.

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& Taylor

The discovery of the Seventh Scroll, an ancient papyrus written by Taita--hero of River God--and containing the secret to the Pharaoh's hidden tomb and its wealth, unleashes a deadly race to find the secret treasure. $250,000 ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1995
ISBN: 9780312119997
0312119992
Characteristics: 486 p. ; 24 cm

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Oct 13, 2011

I like Wilbur Smith's stuff, in general. He writes a good thriller. But I must say that he's getting a tad self-indulgent in including himself in the story.

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Gnik5464
May 29, 2011

Restart on page 256

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