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  • Published: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409069102
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

The Murder of King Tut




Master of suspense James Patterson re-opens the ultimate cold case - the unsolved death of Tutankhamen.

Thrust onto Egypt's throne when just nine years old, King Tut's reign was fiercely debated from the outset. After nine years in power, Tut suddenly perished and his name was purged from Egyptian history. To this day, his death remains shrouded in controversy.

Now, in The Murder of King Tut, James Patterson and Martin Dugard dig through the evidence to arrive at their own account of Tut's life and untimely death. The result is an exhilarating true crime tale of intrigue, passion, and betrayal that casts fresh light on one of the oldest mysteries of all.

  • Pub date: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409069102
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

About the Author

James Patterson

JAMES PATTERSON is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. His books have sold in excess of 385 million copies worldwide. He is the author of some of the most popular series of the past two decades – the Alex Cross, Women’s Murder Club, Detective Michael Bennett and Private novels – and he has written many other number one bestsellers including romance novels and stand-alone thrillers.

James is passionate about encouraging children to read. Inspired by his own son who was a reluctant reader, he also writes a range of books for young readers including the Middle School, I Funny, Treasure Hunters, Dog Diaries and Max Einstein series. James has donated millions in grants to independent bookshops and has been the most borrowed author of adult fiction in UK libraries for the past eleven years in a row. He lives in Florida with his wife and son.

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Praise for The Murder of King Tut

“Patterson's enthusiasm is contagious, and the conceit engrossing”

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