The Tutankhamen Code
The Fictional Content

      When Claude Tarba showed off a family heirloom in a crowded Arabian restaurant in Melbourne, that simple act of pride among friends didn't go unnoticed.     It set in motion a journey through the little known high mountain country of The Yemen, to the Italianate City of Asmara in the Ancient land of Eritrea and then a hi-jacking which landed him in Western Turkey.     Eventually after a number of risky adventures that took him to the far southern reaches of Egypt, he found himself committed to a treasure quest which if proved successful would change the future perception of the human race for the next couple of millennia.

      Clues uncovered in the Tomb of the God King Tutankhamen entrance our unwitting hero and his new friends, committing them all through something more than curiosity to a trail of intrigue, with villains popping up everywhere, intent on stopping them from achieving their main goal, the installation of Claude as an honorary new Pharaoh.

Despite foiling several attempts on their lives, Claude and his companions then have to contend with another scoundrel and his giant of a servant, who have their eyes on the treasure whatever it may turn out to be.

The story takes us back into the ancient world of 18th Dynasty Egypt where we meet the legendary King Solomon who with his son and heir, plan and set the stepping stones that may only be discovered and followed by a future generation worthy enough to restore the glory and spiritual beliefs of the Egypt that once was.

Not only is the narrative one full of thrills and unusual situations, it is also transports the reader into the colourful life of contemporary and ancient Egypt. The unexpected climax will have everyone thinking, 'What really did happen thousands of years ago to kick-start civilisation as we know it today?'

CONSIDER the undeniable concrete facts in the Tomb of the Young King, left there so that future generations would learn about his divine nature.

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Inspiring Publishers, P.O. Box 159, Calwell, ACT, Australia 2905
National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-publication entry
Author: Hutton, Malcolm Grant
Title: The Tutankhamen Code/Malcolm Grant Hutton
ISBN- 9781925152340 (pbk)
Dewey Number A823.4

Created on ... July 10, 2006 Updated on 8th November, 2014