Scenes from a Life

A historical novel set in ancient Egypt and Canaan around 1200BC
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Called by the ancient name Waset in the books

Called by the ancient name Waset in the books

Called Abedju in the book

Called Abedju in the book

Called Min-nefer in the book

Called Min-nefer in the book

Called Gedjet in the books

Called Gedjet in the books

Near the old location of the Four Towns including Kephrath

Near the old location of the Four Towns including Kephrath

Called Shalem in the books

Called Shalem in the books

Scenes from a Life, available from Amazon.com in Kindle format $2.99 and also in paperback

Scenes from a Life, available from Amazon.com in Kindle format $2.99 and also in paperback

An author reading from the historical novel 'Scenes From a Life', available at bookstores.  It follows about 20 years after 'In a Milk and Honeyed Land'. There is some overlap of characters, but the books can be read separately. This section is at the start of the book. We are introduced to the central character, the scribe Makty-Rasut, who is living in the town we now call Luxor, at the time known as Waset. He is working at present on the interior decoration of the tomb of a senior priest…

An author reading from the historical novel 'Scenes From a Life', available at bookstores. It follows about 20 years after 'In a Milk and Honeyed Land'. There is some overlap of characters, but the books can be read separately. This section is at the start of the book. We are introduced to the central character, the scribe Makty-Rasut, who is living in the town we now call Luxor, at the time known as Waset. He is working at present on the interior decoration of the tomb of a senior priest…

An author reading from the historical novel 'Scenes From a Life', available at bookstores.  It follows about 20 years after 'In a Milk and Honeyed Land'. There is some overlap of characters, but the books can be read separately. This section is at the start of the book. We are introduced to the central character, the scribe Makty-Rasut, who is living in the town we now call Luxor, at the time known as Waset. He is working at present on the interior decoration of the tomb of a senior priest…

An author reading from the historical novel 'Scenes From a Life', available at bookstores. It follows about 20 years after 'In a Milk and Honeyed Land'. There is some overlap of characters, but the books can be read separately. This section is at the start of the book. We are introduced to the central character, the scribe Makty-Rasut, who is living in the town we now call Luxor, at the time known as Waset. He is working at present on the interior decoration of the tomb of a senior priest…

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