eBook Sphinx epub

by Robin Cook

eBook Sphinx epub
  • ISBN: 0399123288
  • Author: Robin Cook
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Putnam Adult; 1St Edition edition (May 23, 1979)
  • Pages: 323 pages
  • ePUB size: 1879 kb
  • FB2 size 1935 kb
  • Formats mobi lit mbr txt


Robin Cook is known primarily for his medical dramas. Despite Erica Baron's unbelievable character, the book is entertaining.

Robin Cook is known primarily for his medical dramas. However, Sphinx is more of a thriller drama, focusing on the antiques black market in Egypt. The main character is Erica Baron, an American who has always yearned to visit Egypt and see firsthand the culture that inspired her to become an Egyptologist. I grew up reading Robin Cook's medical dramas featuring Dr. Laurie Montgomery and Jack Stapleton. Sphinx' effortlessly transports readers into an enigmatic Egypt, entangling them in the ugly black market trade of Egyptian artifacts.

A Signet Book, published by arrangement with the author. This book may not be reproduced in whole or part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission. For information address: The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Putnam Inc.

Robert Brian "Robin" Cook (born May 4, 1940) is an American physician and novelist who writes about medicine and topics affecting public health. He is best known for combining medical writing with the thriller genre. Many of his books have. Many of his books have been bestsellers on The New York Times Best Seller List. Several of his books have also been featured in Reader's Digest. His books have sold nearly 400 million copies worldwide.

Robin Cook Sphinx Concerning Egypt itself I shall extend my remarks to a great length, because there is no country that possesses so many wonders, nor any that has such a number of works that defy descriptions. Herodotus History Prologue 1301 . TOMB OF TUTANKHAMEN VALLEY OF THE KINGS NECROPOLIS OF THEBES YEAR 10 OF HIS MAJESTY, KING OF UPPER AND LOWER EGYPT, SON OF RE, PHARAOH SETI I FOURTH MONTH OF SEASON OF INUNDATION, DAY 1.

It was the magic and mystery of an empire long past that beautiful Erica Baron came toe explore. Innocently she cast her eyes in forbidden places and discovered the clue to a treasure beyond imagination. It was then that terror overtook her, as the most fearful curse of the ancient world and the most savagemenace of the modern one threatened to detroy her. One dangerously attractive man offered Erica hel. e offered her protectio. e offered her love. And in this strange, exotic land of seductive.

Dressed in loose-fitting white cotton shirt and slacks, Ahmed Khazzan felt reasonably relaxed. rutable workings of Allah, and his. rutable workings of Allah, and his sense of guilt abated. As a leader, he knew he had to face such episodes. During the previous evening he’d made his obligatory visit to the home of his parents. He loved his mother deeply but disapproved of her decision to stay at home to care for his invalid father.

In Robin Cook's Sphinx, a treasure more valuable than any of the glittering relics in the Valley of the Kings, hidden for centuries, is waiting to unleash its deadly curse. No one had known the great golden Pharaoh existed

In Robin Cook's Sphinx, a treasure more valuable than any of the glittering relics in the Valley of the Kings, hidden for centuries, is waiting to unleash its deadly curse. No one had known the great golden Pharaoh existed. Erica Baron, expert Egyptologist, is the first to recognize his dangerous beauty. And as others join the chase, she is the first to feel the fear. Fear of a Pharoah’s secrets. Fear of the greed and evil her discovery will unveil.

He divides his time among Florida, New Hampshire, and Boston. His most recent novels include Host, Cell, and Nano.

Intrigue, corruption, and murder envelop a young American archaeologist when, after stumbling upon an unplundered pharaoh's tomb, she ignores the threats of traffickers in stolen ancient treasures
Comments: (7)
Dalarin
I am an avid fan of Dr. Cook. While this lies outside of his usual medical related, I found it an enjoyable read. There was enough suspense to keep me reading long after I should have gone to bed.
Bandiri
Sphinx is my second-favorite Cook novel as of May 2011. I have only read four of them so far though. This one is a bit more memorable than the others because of the massive amount of info about Egyptian culture that the book contains. It is a firm thriller and it lives up to its genre well with mysterious characters, betrayals, ancient evils and secrets, and a protagonist getting involved in something bigger than she could have ever thought possible when she went to Egypt. It is one of the best novels I have ever read for its capturing of a foreign place and for that I respect it greatly. It also has a good story despite the familiar sounding plot and a likeable female main character who really knows her stuff, Egyptian stuff that is.
Wooden Purple Romeo
Cook usually writes about the medical world. I was beginning to think that was all he was comfortable writing about. However. Sphinx is very good and I enjoyed every minute of it. He shows me he is the great writer I always thought he is.
GEL
I love this author..
Everything about this book from story to character development to Egypt charm, is praiseworthy.
My only reservation is the old style of text or you may call it publication
I mean if you compare this book to contemporary mass market editions, there's huge difference in text format. With this book it is narrow line format which makes difficult to concentrate.
I think this book needs new edition .
Samulkree
....but I don't think the heroine's actions have stood the test of time! I enjoyed reading it again, but what was probably "cutting edge feminism" in 1981 today reminds me of one of those Virginia Slims commercials from the same decade "You've got your own cigarette now, baby..." LOL
Faugami
Joe Reynolds Very good book and particular to people that have visited Egypt and can visualize the areas described.
jorik
Reading the book was like being back in Egypt. Lots of action and some surprises but I will not post any spoilers. Well written and the damsel can handle herself pretty well and is not the more typical heroine in novels who is mostly a helpless idiot. A very enjoyable read.
Found myself holding my breath. Felt like I was there in Egypt with Erica. Loved the landscape descriptions. Frightening great read.
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