➻ Nile Dusk Author Pamela Kent – Bassgrotto.co.uk



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    I don t normally expect much from Ida Crowe novels, no matter the pseudonym, but I must say that this is the second Pamela Kent book where I am surprised at some of the wackiness For example, the book begins with the heroine admiring the ancient mystery of the Sphinx, which is pretty standard stuff, right WRONG This particular h imagines the Sphinx making fun of her appearance and telling her she could stand to gain a few pounds, because she s got nothing on the Egyptian babes back in the Sphinx s day To her credit, the h kinds of shrugs off the Sphinx s insults, until she realizes she is being listened to by a mysterious, handsome man, who reminds her of the Sphinx Like the Sphinx, this H is a piece of work, and he proceeds to behave quite oddly The h, who despite her tendency to get snarked at by ancient wonders, is actually not a very deep thinker, and she is almost entirely oblivious to the H s motivations, which makes this ...


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