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Along with fun and scary stories for summer reading, this book includes a few ture articles from Egyptology and archeology to creating a mysterious setting. 

Stories include work from unlikely sci-fi writers Tennesse WIlliams, Agatha Christie, and Louisa May Alcott (of Little Women fame). Others are Ray Bradbury with a fantastically good story of a “mummy” in an old summer town, Anne Rice, Edgar Allen Poe, Sax Rohmer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and several more.

Teenagers might like this book for some fun reading that, by they way, introduces them to classic writers painlessly.  A mixture of fact and fun, this book is a collectible artifact in itself –

INTO THE MUMMY’S TOMB

 

 

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