➾ Murder at the Gods Gate (Lord Meren, #2) Author Lynda S. Robinson – Tanitiyor.us

<Reading> ➾ Murder at the Gods Gate (Lord Meren, #2)  Author Lynda S. Robinson – Tanitiyor.us
  • Hardcover
  • 236 pages
  • Murder at the Gods Gate (Lord Meren, #2)
  • Lynda S. Robinson
  • English
  • 23 October 2018
  • 0802731988

Murder at the Gods Gate (Lord Meren, #2) In Year Five Of His Reign, Fourteen Year Old Pharaoh Tutankhamun Is Beset By Problems The Hittites Are Encroaching, And Several Of Egypt S Vassal States Have Fallen Because Of The Neglect Of His Late Brother, The Heretic Akhenaten The Priests Of Amun, Whose Power Rivals That Of The Pharaoh, Are Bitter, Filled With Resentment Against The Young King Whose Dead Brother Tried To Destroy Them For Lord Meren, The Pharaoh S Confidential Inquiry Agent, The Unrest And Whispering Are Clear Threats To Tutankhamun S Life When Meren S Spy At The Temple At Thebes Dies In A Spectacular Accident, The Threat Takes On New Force While Meren S Son, Kysen, Leads The Temple Investigation, The Eyes And Ears Of Pharaoh Embarks On A Dangerous Enterprise, Not Only Challenging The Priests But Protecting Tutankhamun From The Traitors Scheming Within The Walls Of His Own Court.

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10 thoughts on “Murder at the Gods Gate (Lord Meren, #2)

  1. says:

    Another entertaining historical whodunnit This one dealt a bitwith plots and court intrigues and I do prefertypical murders though one could expect such a plot from a book regarding the pharaoh s spymaster The plot itself was goo...

  2. says:

    A much better read than the first in the series The charactersfleshed out and their passions hatredunderstandable, if as murky as the Nile at full flood The plot, while twisted, is accessible, and the tension is ratcheted up ver...

  3. says:

    Set during the reign of Tutankhamen the details of ancient Egypt are fascinating Lord Meren is a unique investigator whose insight rather than forensics solves this mystery which leaves you guessing as the the criminal s identity and the ramifications of the crime.

  4. says:

    I am enjoying this, the second in the series, because of the great main characters and the detail I checked, as far as the web allowed, and it seems her details of ancient Egypt are accurate and fascinating If only she had any strong female characters .

  5. says:

    A bit complicated and too crammed with court intrigue for my taste, rather than a straightforward mystery I like the background, but there were a few too many characters in play.

  6. says:

    A great book for anyone who loves mysteries and history.

  7. says:

    This was written in 1995, but feels older It s a pleasing, very traditional style murder mystery set under the rule of Tutankhamen.

  8. says:

    This is another good mystery with very accurate historical detail I really enjoyed it I will say this, do not read the books out of order I did and it made the end of this one anti climatic.

  9. says:

    Great sequel gripping exciting mystery.

  10. says:

    After finishing the prior book I needed something as different as I had in the house and this seemed to be it I ve heard good things about Robinson s books since she was first published, even though I tend not to read historical mysteries myself.I ve finished the book and I m still not used to the way Robinson uses language It is, most likely, her attempt to recreate the way those in ancient Egypt would have spoken, but it was disconcerting to me, even distracting at times The unfamiliarit After finishing the prior book I needed something as different as I had in the house and this seemed to be it I ve heard good things about Robinson s books since she was first published, even though I tend not to read historical mysteries myself.I ve finished the book and I m still not used to the way Robinson uses language It is, most likely, her attempt to recreate the way those in ancient Egypt would have spoken, but it was disconcerting to me, even distracting at times The unfamiliarity of the names and roles also led to some confusion for me, but by the end of the book I felt like I did, in fact, know and understand what was going on.Despite those things, I found myself feeling connected to the main characters, Meren and Kysen, by...

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