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Scientists discover three thousand-year-old ticks inside the Ancient Egyptian mummy of Prince Khaemwaset. These ticks allegedly paralyzed the prince—and caused his death. Scientists believe that toxins from these ticks can be used to reverse the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Despite intrigue and danger, the scientists continue their work. But something goes h Scientists discover three thousand-year-old ticks inside the Ancient Egyptian mummy of Prince Khaemwaset. These ticks allegedly paralyzed the prince—and caused his death. Scientists believe that toxins from these ticks can be used to reverse the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Despite intrigue and danger, the scientists continue their work. But something goes horribly wrong. A tragic pandemic suddenly descends on more than twenty oil-producing countries in the Middle East and Africa. Within the vicinity of oil refineries, people and livestock suffer paralysis and die. Many blame the United States for the plague, leading to riots and threats to its embassies. The President of the United States launches an investigation and mobilizes the Armed Forces, wanting an answer to the questions: Who is behind the outbreak, and what are their aims? Drawing on informed science, Kenneth J. Stein’s novel is a journey into Ancient Egypt, biotechnology, and crime. Like Tiger Mosquitoes, Pharaoh’s Ticks is a thrilling, suspenseful story of a coincidental plague and how a handful of scientists attempt to stop it. Can anything be done before an ancient disease destabilizes the world economy?


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Scientists discover three thousand-year-old ticks inside the Ancient Egyptian mummy of Prince Khaemwaset. These ticks allegedly paralyzed the prince—and caused his death. Scientists believe that toxins from these ticks can be used to reverse the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Despite intrigue and danger, the scientists continue their work. But something goes h Scientists discover three thousand-year-old ticks inside the Ancient Egyptian mummy of Prince Khaemwaset. These ticks allegedly paralyzed the prince—and caused his death. Scientists believe that toxins from these ticks can be used to reverse the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Despite intrigue and danger, the scientists continue their work. But something goes horribly wrong. A tragic pandemic suddenly descends on more than twenty oil-producing countries in the Middle East and Africa. Within the vicinity of oil refineries, people and livestock suffer paralysis and die. Many blame the United States for the plague, leading to riots and threats to its embassies. The President of the United States launches an investigation and mobilizes the Armed Forces, wanting an answer to the questions: Who is behind the outbreak, and what are their aims? Drawing on informed science, Kenneth J. Stein’s novel is a journey into Ancient Egypt, biotechnology, and crime. Like Tiger Mosquitoes, Pharaoh’s Ticks is a thrilling, suspenseful story of a coincidental plague and how a handful of scientists attempt to stop it. Can anything be done before an ancient disease destabilizes the world economy?

27 review for Pharaoh's Ticks

  1. 5 out of 5

    Helena Henriques

    Another exciting thriller by Kenneth J. Stein! If you want to read a book where your jaw drops multiple times, pick up Pharaoh's Ticks! This intriguing and fast-paced novel begins with a mystery and leaves your eyes glued to the pages through the whole book. Want to travel? The story takes you to many countries. Not only do you feel as if you are in the place, but with the characters as well. This novel makes you think, as the author usually does. Read this for a five star read in 2022! Another exciting thriller by Kenneth J. Stein! If you want to read a book where your jaw drops multiple times, pick up Pharaoh's Ticks! This intriguing and fast-paced novel begins with a mystery and leaves your eyes glued to the pages through the whole book. Want to travel? The story takes you to many countries. Not only do you feel as if you are in the place, but with the characters as well. This novel makes you think, as the author usually does. Read this for a five star read in 2022!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Isabel

    Review to come! This is a WONDERFUL novel!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Donlon

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    CRISTINA

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    Kenneth Stein

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    Donna W. Koser

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    Maggie Homan

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