Written By: Elizabeth Peters

Narrated By: Barbara Rosenblat

Date: July 2004

Duration: 9 hours 51 minutes

Summary:

Set in 1884, this is the first installment in what has become a beloved bestselling series. At thirty-two, strong-willed Amelia Peabody, a self-proclaimed spinster, decides to use her ample inheritance to indulge her passion, Egyptology. On her way to Egypt, Amelia encounters a young woman named Evelyn Barton-Forbes. The two become fast friends and travel on together, encountering mysteries, missing mummies, and Radcliffe Emerson, a dashing and opinionated archaeologist who doesn't need a woman's help -- or so he thinks.

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  • Peggy R.

    Overall the voices were good to very good. Unfortunately, Emerson should be bass and reverberating. He's a bear of a man but he sounds effeminate. That may be hard for a woman to achieve. It's not unusual for me to think audio book's often need team readers, male and female. Some get by, regardless of sex, but Emerson is a very specific character.

Crocodile on the Sandbank

by Elizabeth Peters

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