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LADY OF THE TWO LANDS by ELIZABETH DELISI
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"Enthralling time travel for romance and history lovers"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 18, 2003

Museum Egyptian Curator Thomas Harris hires artist Harriet Williams to draw the illustrations of a book on the first female Pharaoh Hatshepsut. Though Thomas is confident in Hattie's talent, the illustrator struggles to capture the subject's visage. To inspire Hattie, Thomas allows her to see jewelry not yet Read more...


"Egyptian Time-travel with strong female character"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 7, 2003

Harriet "Hattie" Williams is an artist, living in Chicago and currently gathering sketches for a book on ancient Egypt. Hattie's friend, Tom Harris is the author of the book and the Egyptian Curate of the museum as well. When Hattie has trouble sketching the face of Pharoah Hatshepsut Read more...


"Historically accurate and still enchanting love story"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 7, 2003

Elizabeth Delisi's LADY OF THE TWO LANDS is an interesting time-travel that takes us back to the time of Hatshepsut and her royal architect, Senemut. The story plays off the true facts of the female pharaoh's reign and the suspected romance between her and Senemut. Research shows Read more...


 

Lady of the Two Lands
by Elizabeth Delisi

Novel Books, Inc.
April 7, 2003
ISBN #1591051932
Paperback
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