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The Throne of Pharaohs: A Novel Paperback – November 13, 2002
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About the Author
Irene Roberts, who has over 100 books to her credit, began creative writing classes at Tresillian in Kingsbridge, in England, which led to the founding of South Hams Writers' Circle that has just marked its 21st anniversary. She served as the Woman's Page Editor of the South Hams Review (1977-79), and for many years as creative writing Tutor at the Kingsbridge Community College. She is a founder Member of the Romantic Novelists Association and has frequently been interviewed on radio and television. She is married to the accomplished artist, Trevor Roberts, and has two sons and one daughter.
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many stupid spelling errors. Worse, this book was supposed to be about Queen Tetisheri...and she doesn't
show up until page 61 (and then only as a figurehead). The book announced that Roberts has written over 100 romances. Okay, fine (if you like romances).
But she cannot write historical fiction! This book is a disaster. Because of the autograph, I'll keep it as
an oddball in my Egyptian collection. It was so awful, I couldn't finish it. I will never read ANY book by
this author (I was that irritated). There is no excuse for non-editing and bad writing. The cover art is ridiculous...if this book is about Tetisheri
and the Tao family, WHY is there a picture of Abu Simbel (from Ramses II)
on the cover? Ramses ruled over 200 years after Tetisheri's time. Well,
the picture has thrones in it...