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Egyptologist Barbara Mertz is also a best-selling author – under the nom de plume Elizabeth Peters, she’s put her academic training to good use in her series of mystery novels featuring archaeologist-turned-sleuth Amelia Peabody. The author joins Diane to present the thirteenth installment.
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