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Bonnier Publishing Fiction, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 304 pages
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Two flame-haired girls, both fourteen years old and living in London, but four-hundred years apart. A powerful and charismatic man. An Egyptian mummy and twenty spells written in hieroglyphics. An emerald casket, a gold ring and a rope-walker. All are united by blood, and by a devastating prophecy.

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Deborah White grew up and went to school near Slough. She loved to read and write stories on her 1914 portable Corona typewriter and secretly dreamed of being an actress. She went to the University of Leicester where she studied English and French and read lots more books. She got the idea for WICKEDNESS when she read that Samuel Pepys had been to see 'a mummy on show at the Head and Combe...'. Follow Deborah at www.deborahwhiteauthor.com or on Twitter: @DeborahJWhite.

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