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Several years after her previous adventures Amelia Peabody and her husband Radcliffe Emerson is starting with his disappointing assignment While other teams are searching the ruins of the fabulous Giza strip they along what their son who is in love with his stepsister Nefret travel from England to the two pyramids were he is going to excavate The dig gets interesting as the son of Radcliffes late Forman marries his niece his archeological reputation is being ruined as he is accused of selling forgeries that are almost perfect replicas of real artifacts Amelia plans to stop that problem without informing the happy groom that his credibility along the Nile has sunk beneath the surface A mysterious boy also almost tears the Emersons apart She plans to expose the real forger However while Amelia works on finding out who the real forger is accidents and murder threaten to destroy the Emersons digs as well as the two families close ties First two bodies are found at the site of the dig and to make matters worse accusations of drug dealing plague the family name I didnt even mention the moral misconduct they are accused of Amelia knows she has a lot of work to do if she is to uncover the culprits and save her beloved extended family As the bullets of the people that are committing the wrongful acts she is trying to uncover The book gets its utmost fitting name from a paragraph on the last page in which the star of the book and the brilliant minded Amelia says The worst of the storm is yet to come Sitt You will need all of you courage to survive but your heart will not flail you and in the end the clouds will blow away and the falcon will fly through the portal of the dawn AThe attention to detail especially to the Egyptian aspect of the book is
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