The Horus Killings


Author: Paul Doherty

After the death of her husband Pharoh Tuthmosis II, Hatusu has confounded her critics by winning a great battle against the Mitanni. Aided by her lover, Senenmut, she is determined that all sections of Egyptian society should accept her as the first Pharaoh-Queen of Egypt – an acceptance that needs the favour and support of the priests. When a spate of killings takes place….Read More

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