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The Curse of Katmunkhet and the Light Fingered Jack

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by Simon D. Smith
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The Curse of Katmunkhet and the Light Fingered Jack by Simon D. Smith

1887. The Golden Jubilee year of Queen Victoria. The British Empire is on its way to spanning almost a quarter of the Earth and controls almost a fifth of the world's population. The British Empire is the foremost world power. Britannia rules the waves... Returning home for Christmas after three years away on the China Station, HMS Britannia stops in Egypt. While enjoying the pleasures of Alexandria, a sailor of her company steals a figurine from a market stall and unwittingly invokes a damning and deadly curse, and releases into the world an insidious evil of almost limitless power. What has been done cannot be undone...

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Size: 718 KB
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781326812614 (DRM-EPUB)

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