Sphinx

Sphinx

The bestselling master of medical suspense Robin Cook mines the mysteries of Egypt's magnificent past to deliver a one-of-a-kind thriller packed with compelling realism and unrelenting suspense.

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Mass Market Paperback | 320 pages | Signet | 1979 | ISBN13: 9780451159496

 

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"Cook richly develops characters, allowing us to share their most personal thoughts and professional concerns."
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