Friday, June 29, 2007
THE LAST CAMEL DIED AT NOON by Elizabeth Peters, read by Barbara Rosenblat
In Elizabeth Peters’s sixth Peabody–Emerson adventure, Egyptologist Emerson, his wife Peabody, and their 10-year-old son, set out to find a couple who disappeared in the Egyptian desert fourteen years ago but are rumored to be alive. Rosenblat creates charming, clever characters of form and substance. Her range of voices is one of the wonders of the universe.
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