Explore Egypt with a Modern-Day Indiana Jones in New Book

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An archeological adventure through the Great Sphinx from Linda Cadose

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“I want to capture the history, culture and civilization of Egypt in this book in a way that it is not only entertaining, but in a way that it can also be used as an educational tool.

Concealed for centuries underneath one of the most popular and highly debated tourist attractions, a historical treasure awaits discovery.

Linda Cadose takes readers on a journey that explores the dark secrets and conspiracies behind the construction of the pyramids in her novel, “The Hidden Chamber in the Great Sphinx” (published by AuthorHouse). Through the adventures of a young and ambitious Dr. Cliff Post, Cadose shares her knowledge of Egypt and exposes theories behind the final remaining wonder of the ancient world.

“I want to capture the history, culture and civilization of Egypt in this book in a way that it is not only entertaining, but in a way that it can also be used as an educational tool,” says Cadose, a frequent visitor to Egypt. “Especially with the need for wholesome, interesting books targeted to younger boys, motivating them to read more.”

Exploring the vast subterranean city beneath the right paw of the Sphinx, Dr. Cliff Post and his colleague run into more trouble than they expect. They must survive their captors and fight to escape with their lives as they bring to light the explanation behind one of the greatest mysteries of all time in “The Hidden Chamber of the Great Sphinx.”

“The Hidden Chamber in the Great Sphinx”
By Linda Cadose
ISBN: 978-1-46850-807-9
Hardcover: $23.99
Paperback: $14.95
E-book: $3.99
Available at http://www.amazon.com.

About the author:
Linda Cadose enjoys travelling almost as much as she enjoys writing. The inspiration for her novel stems from her visits to Egypt and interest in the mysteries behind the Great Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza. Cadose received an M.A. in technical and professional writing from Northeastern University and has spent the last 44 years as a registered respiratory therapist and teacher. She currently resides in Carver, Mass., where she continues to work on her Dr. Cliff Post series.

EDITORS: For review copies or interview questions, contact:

Dassie Rice
317-602-7137 | drice(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com
(When requesting a review copy, please provide a street address.)

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