The Murder of King Tut, James Patterson & Martin Dugard

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  1. Georgia S. Says:

    In the Murder of King Tut by James Patterson, he and Dugard examine all the files and evidence that tell the story of King Tut’s short reign and the mysterious way he died. Many believe he died maybe by disease or by some accident, but Patterson and Dugard believe he was murdered. The book follows their journey trying to uncover the truth.

    This book was a really great book to read. It was super interesting and thrilling, as it was a murder mystery. James Patterson really did a good job at keeping you at the edge of your seat. You can really feel the suspense throughout the entire book and thus it was hard to put down. It really got me interested in all the other things I could learn about King Tut and Egypt’s history.

    I would give the book four stars because I thought it was a very good and thrilling read.

    Two other books I would recommend: The Devil in the White City and The Fault in Our Stars.

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