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by d'Hage, Adrian

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Overview

TitleThe Alexandria connection
Author / Responsible partyd'Hage, Adrian
CollectionFiction
GenreCrime stories.
TopicsCrime stories. United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- Officials and employees -- Fiction. Archeologists -- Fiction. Manuscripts (Papyri) -- Fiction. Art thefts -- Investigation -- Fiction.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd. [Association for the Blind of WA]
Published2018

Summary

A New World Order is upon us. In the shifting desert sands of Egypt, rumours abound of a lost papyrus that will reveal the true purpose of the Pyramids of Giza. Could these ancient monoliths be the source of a new kind of energy, one that comes at no cost to the planet? CIA agent Curtis O'Connor and archaeologist Aleta Weizman are determined to find out. Close by, a shadowy and powerful group known as Pharos meets in Alexandria, its membership a closely guarded secret. Its first order of business: to orchestrate chaos on international financial markets with a series of spectacular terrorist attacks on the world's fossil-fuel supplies. And in Cairo, amid the anarchy of Tahrir Square, thieves have broken into the famed Museum of Antiquities and stolen one of the world's priceless artifacts: the mask of Tutankhamun. Is the audacious theft linked to the Pharos Group?

Additional Information

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System control numberS13357
Original Print PublisherMelbourne, Victoria : Michael Joseph, 2014.
NarratorSean Mangan.
Narrator NameSean Mangan.
Participant or performer noteSean Mangan.
Narrators GenderMale narrator