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Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Harper
Publish Date
Pages
544
Dimensions
6.44 X 9.26 X 1.39 inches | 1.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062302687

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About the Author
Sally Beauman was born in Devon, England, and is a graduate of Cambridge University. She began her career as a critic and writer for New York magazine and continued to write for leading periodicals in the US and the UK after returning to England. In 1970, she became the first recipient of the Catherine Pakenham Award for journalism, and at the age of twenty-four, was appointed editor of Queen magazine. Beauman has written for the New Yorker, the Sunday Times, and Telegraph Magazine, where she was arts editor.

Her novels, which include the New York Times-bestselling sensation Destiny, have been translated into over twenty languages and are bestsellers worldwide. In addition to her works of fiction, Beauman has published two nonfiction books based on the history and work of the Royal Shakespeare Company: The Royal Shakespeare Company's Centenary Production of Henry V (edited by Beauman, with a foreword by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, 1976), and The Royal Shakespeare Company: A History of Ten Decades (1982).

Sally Beauman is married to the actor Alan Howard. They divide their time between London and a remote island in the Hebrides. They have one son and two grandchildren.
Reviews

"[A] beautifully written novel, a tale of intertwined lives that is at once powerful and haunting. Beauman maintains the tension surrounding the tomb's discovery." -- The Times (London)

"Atmospheric.... Sally Beauman's fact-inspired story plunges readers into the thrilling search for King Tut's tomb in 1922 Egypt." -- Parade

"There is much to delight in this book....Nearly a century after King Tut's discovery, Beauman manages to make both the lives of her fictional characters and those at the historical center of Tut's unearthing riveting." -- New York Journal of Books

"Interesting, unusual and informative, it is greatly enjoyable." -- Literary Review

"This historical novel approaches...the 20th century's most sensational archaeological event.... There are riches here." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Romance, deception, and colonial decadence." -- More magazine

"A book of astounding scholarship on Egyptology and the 1920s.... The novel's...writing and characterizations are golden." -- Booklist(starred review)