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In Demon From Egypt Cheryl must spend the summer cleaning the beach house and collecting mail for the new tenant. The only problem, he doesn’t seem to be anywhere. There is no food in his refrigerator. He has no mail to bring in. When she tries to clean the basement, the door is padlocked and bolted.
What kind of weirdo is this? He paid for his whole year lease upfront with cash sent from a rental agency that doesn’t even exist. Is he a criminal of some kind?
Cheryl need only turn to her cat. He likes to prowl around the place at night. He discovers wild goings on in the basement of the supernatural kind. The place is haunted to say the least by not by anything ordinary. An ancient evil inhabits the place. From the days of ancient Egypt and Greece comes a monster. If Cheryl doesn’t watch out, she soon will be dead.
Demon From Egypt was originally published in German by Cora Verlag. If you liked Demon From Egypt you will enjoy Dora Benley’s other ancient thrillers including Caesar and Cleopatra, Minotaur, Book of the Dead, Cleopatra’s Stone, and Helen of Troy.
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One day Denise gets a surprise package in the mail. She opens it up and finds a mirror with all sorts of elaborate woodwork around it. She thinks it is for her mother who collects antiques, but it is addressed to her. When she gazes into it she is shocked. The image gazing back at her doesn’t look like Plain Old Jane Denise Manning, the most average senior in the high school. Instead it looks like a gorgeous blond movie star. Denise may be blond, but she doesn’t look like that, or does she? She turns the mirror this way and that. The image blinks when she blinks. It nods when she nods. It raises its hand when she does. Perhaps she never took a really good look at herself before.
But just as she smiles she hears a laugh. She looks down in shock at one of the carved figures on the mirror. It is smiling and winking at her. What is going on here? Is it Denise’s imagination or something far more sinister? Is she being haunted? Denise had better figure it out before she gets scared to death.
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