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CMT STIBBE lives in New Mexico, USA. She has traveled extensively to many archaeological sites all over the world. Her experiences have motivated her to write historical fiction and continue to provide inspiration for subsequent novels. You can visit her at www.cmtstibbe.com and on Amazon.

For publishers only: claireobelle@aol.com

Chasing Pharaohs reached the Editor's Desk December 2012. Thank you so much for all your support and comments.

Snare of the Fowler was one of HC's one to watch in 2013

favourite books

The Bible, Lee Child, Patricia Cornwell, Bernard Cornwell,
PG Stibbe, Valerio Massimo Manfredi, Simon Scarrow, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, JRR Tolkien, PD James, Agatha Christie, CS Lewis,John Grisham, Tom Clancy, LP Hartley, Thomas Hardy, Paul Gallico, Margaret George, Dean Koontz.

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The Snare of the Fowler

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Winning makes a warrior a legend. Losing is not an option. Egypt’s races are about to begin.


As the black kingdom of Alodia mourns a murdered king, three of its princes escape over the border to Egypt to find refuge in the Theban desert. But word reaches Pharaoh Kheper-Re that a new enemy has just blown in from the south, an enemy worth investigating, an enemy with a deadly secret. Instead of pitting his best warriors against each other in the yearly games, he invites seven of the Alodians to race against his elite.

Commander Shenq has been chosen to compete but he must fight to the death to save his position or forfeit house and lands, including his young wife.




Book cover by Bradley Wind.

 

Chasing Pharaohs

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Commander Shenq must secure Egypt and the Pharaoh’s throne. Or die trying.


In the aftermath of a battle between the great powers of Egypt and her old foe Kush, Pharaoh Kheper-Re rules Thebes, the city of the golden gates. But still the wars rage on and the kingdom is on the brink of chaos. Kheper-Re fears an invasion by his old nemesis in Alodia and with the help of his most favored Commander he musters a group of men more deadly than the enemy he fears. As the future of Egypt hangs in the balance Commander Shenq, leader of Pharaoh’s Most Honored Ones, must protect Thebes from a Shadow-Hunter and his army of ten thousand men. The Queen, too, is making plans―with a few followers of her own. And as a Hebrew prophet interprets dreams and a bodyguard hears rumors, the quest for peace has never been more challenging. Commander Shenq must drive out all threats to the throne and bring the assassin to heel.

Based on meticulous research, Chasing Pharaohs is a fascinating portrait of 18th Dynasty Egypt during the time of Thutmose II.

 

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I read the first chapter of your book Jeri and would like to make two suggestions. Firstly, it might be beneficial to consider more NIV or NKJV translations to help the reader. Though the KJV is poetic and of course, beautifully written, it tends to become lost on a modern audience. I see from your ... view book

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