Ramose and the Tomb Robbers

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By Carole Wilkinson

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Prince Ramose must expose those who tried to murder him and regain his position as Pharaoh's rightful heir. But he has been kidnapped by tomb robbers. He will need more than the luck of the gods to get out of this one.
Ramose and the Tomb Robbers is the second novel in an exciting historical junior fiction series from bestselling and award-winning Australian author Carole Wilkinson. Set in ancient Egypt, this action–adventure mystery was a Notable Book at the 2002 Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Awards. Continue the story with Ramose: Prince in Exile (Book 1), Ramose: Sting of the Scorpion (Book 3) and Ramose: Wrath of Ra (Book 4). Read more at www.carolewilkinson.com.au
Praise for the Ramose series
"Exciting, informative and, more importantly, vividly entertaining reading ... Carole Wilkinson exploits her obviously sound grasp of the labyrinthine nature of ancient Egyptian politics to credibly conjure up unexpected plot twists and turns in these swiftly paced adventures. The author's writing is tight, well-structured and deftly plotted." Magpies magazine
"A fascinating, brooding, deliciously chilling setting for a most innovative, refreshingly original novel, which tingles with spookiness and the ever-present whiff of death." Sunday Tasmanian
"Through the eyes of the central character, we get a thoroughly authentic feeling about what life was like for folk in those far-gone days. Author Carole Wilkinson, who writes these exciting stories with a verve and a keen eye for authenticity, has based her fictional leading character, Ramose, on a real person." The Literature Base

Ramose and the Tomb Robbers