"Fast-moving, well written, endlessly exciting, The Eye of Ra excellently conjures up the atmosphere of the desert" RICHARD BUNDY
Omar Ross, a maverick archaeologist, is disturbed by the death - and the disappearance of the body - of his colleague, Julian Cranwell, A hod become obsessed in his search for a legendary lost city. Somehow this - and the deaths of Tutankhamen, Howard Carter, Orde Wingate and many others - are connected, and as Ross begins to investigate, every contact, every informant disappears. Threatened, almost friendless, Ross turns for help to his mother's people, the Bedouin Hawazim tribe, and it is with them, that he solves the mystery of The Eye of Ra.
"One of the most impressive novels I've rend in years. The quality of writing, the characterisation, the plot twists are all excellent. But the true brilliance of the novel is the life in the desert. A stunning achievement; a book to buy and rend over and over" DAVID V. BARRETT