Murder at the Feast of Rejoicing

Murder at the Feast of Rejoicing By Lynda S. Robinson, Murder at the Feast of Rejoicing Foul play once again stalks the court of King Tut in the third historical whodunit featuring ancient Egyptian sleuth Lord Meren When the murder of his beautiful cousin in law shatters Lord Meren s hom
  • Title: Murder at the Feast of Rejoicing
  • Author: Lynda S. Robinson
  • ISBN: 9780345395320
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Murder at the Feast of Rejoicing By Lynda S. Robinson, Foul play once again stalks the court of King Tut in the third historical whodunit featuring ancient Egyptian sleuth Lord Meren When the murder of his beautiful cousin in law shatters Lord Meren s homecoming celebration, the man who is the Eyes and Ears of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun plunges into a shocking mystery that could threaten his most crucial mission for the boy kiFoul play once again stalks the court of King Tut in the third historical whodunit featuring ancient Egyptian sleuth Lord Meren When the murder of his beautiful cousin in law shatters Lord Meren s homecoming celebration, the man who is the Eyes and Ears of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun plunges into a shocking mystery that could threaten his most crucial mission for the boy king.
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    1. Lynda S. Robinson

      Lynda Suzanne Robinson b July 6, 1951 in Amarillo, Texas is an American writer, author of romance under the name Suzanne Robinson and mystery novels under the name Lynda S Robinson She is best known for her series of historical whodunnits set in Ancient Egypt during the reign of Tutankhamun and featuring Lord Meren, the Eyes and Ears of Pharaoh She lives in Texas with her husband and has a doctorate in anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin.

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    1. Lord Meren wanted two things from his trip home to his estate at Baht First, to enjoy some rest and relaxation with his children, far from the politics and dangers of the court And also to complete a secret task for his friend and master, Pharaoh Tutankhamun Unfortunately, Meren s sister Idut has decided that his visit is the perfect opportunity to hold a feast of rejoicing, inviting all of their relatives most of whom Meren hates or vice versa.One of these is Anhai, the beautiful but poison ton [...]


    2. A bit of a slow starter compared to the previous book in the series, but the pace picks up dramatically in the second half Anyone who s ever had to face a houseful of contentious relatives at Thanksgiving will sympathize with Meren whose dear, meddling sister has ignored his request for immediate family only and invited the extended family, each one with a bone to pick Either they dislike the way he s behaving as head of the family, or they have grievances with each other Of course, it s going t [...]


    3. Read this series some time ago and this was a re read for a f2f mystery discussion group Can t say I recalled much of the book so it all seemed brand new I do know I really liked the books back then and often recommended them to folks looking for a story set in ancient egypt Second time around with this one 3 and I felt I really needed the backstory of the prior books for maximum enjoyment and I obviously have forgotten the details and am left only with the old feeling of satisfaction Lots of ch [...]


    4. Lord Meren, a noble in Tutankhamun s retinue, was protecting the bodies from the tomb of Akhenaten, after they tomb was broken into After being wounded while thwarting a rebellion, he goes to his family home with his adopted son, Kysen The visit is supposed to be secret, but his sister Idut, who is taking care of Meren s two daughters, arranges a Feast of Rejoicing in Meren s honor At the feast, a cousin and his wife die in mysterious circumstances, and Meren and Kysen try to solve the murders.


    5. 3,5 10Banale, prevedibile al massimo il che per un giallo non una buona cosa , brevissimo e per giunta scritto male L identit del colpevole dovrebbe essere un colpo di scena delle ultime pagine, invece gi a un terzo del libro si ha la ragionevole certezza del suo nome I personaggi sono macchiette, l antico Egitto lo si vede col binocolo Perfino la copertina discutibile, con la figura che impugna due flagelli invece della classica coppia flagello pastorale.


    6. Like MURDER IN THE PLACE OF ANUBIS, this novel is strong on the plot and not so much on characterization In fact, the plot is so breakneck in speed that it s hard to a keep up with the characters there are too many and b to believe the motivations The twists are a little too convoluted to be quite believable.


    7. I really liked this book, the setting was vivid and beautiful, the characters well thought out and vibrant I wish that I knew about the history of Egypt and the ancient people who lied there I think I would have understood of the customs However, I did understand enough to thoroughly enjoy this delightful book.


    8. This is my second book I ve read out of the series It was really good and I even managed to predict the answers to some of the mysteries from the first The book is obviously about murder yet there is a side story and you actually get a lot of background before the murder even takes place which I quite like


    9. Mystery set in Ancient Egypt Think it was very well done She obviously knows a lot about Egypt and is able to bring to life the time of Tutankhamun Looking forward to reading in the series.


    10. I had trouble getting into this one it wasn t bad, but it wasn t great My opinion may be colored by the lesser in my opinion descriptive talents of Robinson when compared to Doherty Still not terrible, but not my favorite either.


    11. In this installment, Lord Meren is involved in a top secret mission on behalf of Pharaoh Tutankhamen, but his plans are hampered by family drama of the worst kind Now he s stuck with having to solve a murder among his own kin, no easy task Yet another solid outing for the Lord Meren series.



    12. This is the middle of a series, so I think I may have enjoyed it had I read the first two books A quick read, but I wasn t especially captivated.


    13. Not something I thought I would enjoy but did Was skeptical of the ancient Egypt setting but the historical aspects enhanced rather than took over the story.







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