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Of Things Egyptian by  Mary Jones-Gaston - Paperback - Signed First Edition - from MostlySignedBooks and Biblio.com

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Of Things Egyptian

by Jones-Gaston, Mary

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1st/1st. Fine. No dust jacket as issued. SIGNED and inscribed 'Enjoy!' (no personalization) by author on first free endpaper. 1st edition (paperback original), 1st printing, complete number line. Essentially as new, looks unread. Archaeologist Blair Britton has returned to Egypt to discover who murdered her parents during a dig, and unravels a tale of intrigue, murder, and vengeance that threatens to destroy her. The late author's first novel.


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