Mara, Daughter of the Nile

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Puffin Books, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 279 pages
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Mara is a proud and beautiful slave girl who yearns for freedom. In order to gain it, she finds herself playing the dangerous role of double spy for two arch enemies - each of whom supports a contender for the throne of Egypt.

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Great plot and character development. - Goodreads
good adventure/historical love story. - Goodreads
This book was an awesome portrayal of ancient Egypt. - Goodreads
The writing style is timeless and beautiful. - Goodreads
I love a book with a happy ending! - Goodreads
No bad language or graphic love scenes or violence. - Goodreads
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I really loved the book! It was mysterious, :) romantic, and it was suspenseful. Sometimes you would be like "what is going to happen???!!" and sometimes you are like "ohmygoodness that is soo sweet and romantic!!!" I really recommend this book for people who love suspense and romance!

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I read this because of glowing recommendations and was pleased to discover the author was an Oregonian! I enjoyed it but wasn't racing to get to it. Historical fiction with an ancient egyptian setting. 3.5 stars Read full review

Contents

MENFE
1
The Sale of a Slave
13
The War Hawk
24
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

McGraw, recipient of the 1996 C. E. S. Wood award for Lifetime Achievement.

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