Alexander Marmer Releases ‘Four Ways to Pharaoh Khufu’

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Author gives readers fresh look on one of significant parts of history

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Combining detective thriller and conspiracy theory genres, Marmer gives another perspective on the mystery that lies inside the Great Pyramid.

Egypt’s civilization is one of the world’s oldest; its fascinating history and contribution to the world cannot be underestimated. One of those men and women who have always been mesmerized by Egypt is Alexander Marmer. His knowledge and curiosity about the mysteries of the Great Pyramid led him to write “Four Ways to Pharaoh Khufu” (published by Partridge Singapore)

His adventure fiction novel follows the protagonist Michael, a US Army Iraqi War veteran. Michael toured around the Great Pyramid and discovered a stranger dying inside the Grand Gallery. The stranger pulled out a small notebook and cryptically whispered to find the four ways. Michael’s adventurous spirit and determination to discover the truth becomes a life-changing quest. In the process, Michael discovers one of the greatest deceptions by the most powerful and influential pharaoh in the whole of Egypt’s history.

Set in different famous capitals such as Cairo, Berlin and Moscow, “Four Ways to Pharaoh Khufu” is a mystery-detective novel packed with action and surprises. Combining detective thriller and conspiracy theory genres, Marmer gives another perspective on the mystery that lies inside the Great Pyramid.

“Four Ways to Pharaoh Khufu”
By Alexander Marmer
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781482854985
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781482854978
E-Book | 382 pages | ISBN 9781482855050
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble & Google Books

About the Author
Alexander Marmer lives in Montgomery. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science from Pace University in New York City. Marmer is an officer for the NYPD. A sergeant in the US Army National Guard, he was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (2006) and Operation Enduring Freedom (2012). Marmer is a freelance writer for The Mountaineer, the US Army Fort Drum newspaper.

Partridge Singapore, aims to help writers in Singapore, Malaysia, and the rest of Southeast Asia become published authors. Partridge Singapore gives authors in the region direct access to a comprehensive range of expert publishing services that meet industry standards but are more accessible to the market. For more information or to publish a book, visit partridgepublishing.com/singapore or call 800 101 2657 (Singapore) or 1 800 81 7340 (Malaysia). For the latest, follow @PartridgeSG on Twitter.

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