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November 02, 2012

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John

Nuts. Beaten to the punch again. I found a copy of this back in August and was going to write it up for FFB later this month. Never knew it was part of a series. In 1978 she was way ahead of the soon to be faddish ancient history detective novel.

BV Lawson

I think we must be on the same "sinister" wavelength, John! It's understandable that someone who read the 1978 "Aristotle" novel would think it wasn't part of a series, considering the very long gap between that and the next installment. Don't know if she's planning on another one.

Danielle

I can't find Aristotle and the Egyptian Murders anywhere! Too bad

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