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Gideon and the Mummy Professor
In 1855, twelve-year-old Gideon and his ne"er-do-well father work their way down the Mississippi in a second-rate vaudeville act about life in ancient Egypt accompanied by a mummy with a very special secret.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.K149 Gi 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||92054649|
--Dr. Gideon Fell in Hag's Nook, chapter After writing four novels about the satanic and cruel detective Henri Bencolin, John Dickson Carr wanted to create a softer, more likeable, detective. He did so with Dr. Gideon Fell. If Bencolin was "Mephistopholes smoking a . The mummy's eyes still pursued him with their ghastly brightness; they seemed to possess the fabled fascination of those of the rattle-snake, and though he shrank from their gaze, they still glared horribly upon him. Edric's senses swam, yet he could not move from the spot; he remained fixed, chained, and immoveable, his eyes still .
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Gideon, 12, assists his father in a cheap vaudeville act. When they are forced to leave town on the sly, he finds a valuable green scarab; with it, their troubles and fortunes increase/5(2).
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