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Sally Beauman

Biography

Sally Beauman

Sally Beauman's novels have been translated into more than twenty languages and have been best-sellers worldwide. She has written for numerous magazines in both the United States and England, including The New Yorker and The Daily Telegraph. She lives with her family in London and on an island in the Hebrides.

Sally Beauman

Books by Sally Beauman

by Sally Beauman - Fiction, Historical Fiction, History

In 1922, when eleven year-old Lucy is sent to Egypt to recuperate from typhoid, she meets Frances, the daughter of an American archaeologist. The friendship draws the impressionable young girl into the thrilling world of Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter, who are searching for the tomb of boy pharaoh Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings.