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Old 06-20-2012, 09:38 AM   #10
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I'll nominate Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters:

From fictiondb.com:

Spoiler:
In Victorian England, A Woman Wasn't Supposed To Be An Archaeologist Or A Detective.

Amelia Peabody Was Both.

Thirty-one-year-old Victorian gentlewoman, Amelia Peabody has inherited her father's strong will as well as his considerable fortune. On her way to Cairo to indulge her passion for Egyptology, she picks up Evelyn Barton-Forbes as a traveling companion. Evelyn has a tarnished past, but both she and Amelia believe that it won't come back to haunt her. That belief is shattered when Evelyn is attacked by a walking, homicidal mummy.

Amelia enlists the aid of Radcliff Emerson, a prominent Egyptologist, to help unravel the plot against her friend and decipher the clues left by the mummy. Between grave digging and academic sparring, she manages to save his life. But with the threat of an ancient curse closing in, Amelia must resort to outrageous methods to prevent the mummy from making corpses of them all.


Overdrive link:

http://search.overdrive.com/ti/60a41...-peabody-ebook
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