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  • Published: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407047607
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 384

Alec Devlin: The Eye of the Serpent




A fast, furious and sometimes terrifying adventure from the author of Sebastian Darke: Prince Of Fools.

Egypt 1923.

Fifteen-year-old Alec Devlin is on his way to the Valley of the Kings. Accompanied by his faithful valet, Coates, Alec is to spend his summer holidays working on his Uncle Will's archaeological dig. It's not the first time he's spent his summer this way . . . but this year things are different.

Uncle Will and his young assistant, Tom Hinton, have recently made an amazing discovery – an ancient tomb hidden deep below the earth. But only hours after opening its doors, Uncle Will falls mysteriously ill and Tom seems to have disappeared without trace.

Together with Ethan Wade, the young American soldier of fortune who is managing the dig in Uncle Will's absence, and a pretty French woman called Madeleine Duval, Alec sets about unravelling the tomb's mysteries. Seemingly harmless animals have turned into rabid killers . . . long dead mummies are rising from their tombs . . . the spirit of a powerful High Priest is claiming the bodies of the living as his living hosts . . . Together Alec and Ethan must confront a terror that has waited three thousand years to be reborn.

  • Pub date: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407047607
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 384

About the Author

Philip Caveney

Philip Caveney was born in 1951 in Prestatyn, North Wales. His father was in the R.A.F, so during his childhood his family moved to a new military base every couple of years.

He has had several adult thrillers published in the past but has now turned his hand successfully to children's books. He lives in Manchester with his wife.

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