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Heart of the Falcon

3.59  ·  Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Only one woman could win the...Heart of the Falcon.

All her life, raven-haired Anqet had basked in the tranquility of Nefer...until the day her father died and her uncle descended upon the estate, hungry for her land, hungry for her. Desperate to escape his cruel obsession, she fled. But now, masquerading as a commoner in the magnificent city of Thebes, Anqet faces a new da
Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 3rd 1996 by Bantam (first published 1990)
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Carole Rae
Oct 28, 2011 Carole Rae rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Historical Romance lovers
I will admit I haven't read many books set in Ancient Egypt (a shocker I know) and this was my first Historical Romance set in this setting. Another shocker. I was a little unsure how I would like this book, but I was dying to read it, so I ignored my reading list and began this journey.

Its a decent sized book, but for some reason I felt like I was taking forever to get it done. The plot was entertaining and I liked the story, but some spots were very....blah. I just would put it down at those
How often do you find a romance set in Ancient Egypt? Let alone with an awesome hero and heroine and a fun spying and conspiracy plot. No cliche Almack's here - heroine temporarily becomes a singer and discusses methods of proper burial, hero rides chariots and sails down the Nile.

I loved Seth/Anqet like burning and now crave more romances set during the period.
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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 h ...more
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