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The Murder of King Tut: The Plot to Kill the Child King

By James Patterson

The Murder of King Tut: The Plot to Kill the Child King

Started reading:
16th October 2009
Finished reading:
5th November 2009

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Rating: Unrated

I borrowed this book from my father-in-law who buys and reads all of James Patterson’s books. The nice thing I’ve found about his books is that the chapters are short and they consist of an ‘easy read’ with some interesting if predictable characters.

The Murder of King Tut however was very different than others books of his I’ve read – most notably, it is “nonfiction.” It was very interesting to read Patterson’s journey in writing this book along with the historical accounts of Carter finding Tut’s tomb and a hypothetical rendering of Tut’s life.