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The Moor's Account: A Novel
Laila Lalami
Management: A Practical Introduction
Angelo Kinicki, Brian K. Williams
Kadi Fedoruk
Batman: Blind Justice
Sam Hamm, Denys Cowan, Dick Giordano
Digital Art (World of Art)
Christiane Paul
Exploring: Microsoft Excel 2013, Comprehensive
Mary Anne Poatsy, Keith Mulbery, Jason Davidson, Robert Grauer
Exploring: Microsoft Access 2013, Comprehensive
Mary Anne Poatsy, Cynthia Krebs, Eric Cameron, Jerri Williams, Robert Grauer
QuickBooks Fundamentals Learning Guide 2014
Doug Sleeter
Land of Love and Drowning: A Novel
Tiphanie Yanique
Progress: 153/358 pages
The Danish History
Saxo Grammaticus

The Murder of King Tut

The Murder of King Tut - James Patterson Three stories wrapped into one. One story takes place during the time of King Tut. This is a good story. Next is a story of the man that found King Tut's tomb. This is also a good story. Then there's the story about how James Patterson did his research and talked his agent into letting him write the other two stories. This story sucked and was nothing more than an interruption for the other two stories. Luckily, there are not that many of the King James Patterson stories and they are easily skipped.