Teaser Tuesday – “The Exodus Quest” by Will Adams

teasertuesdays2It’s that time of week again! The Tuesday exercise in which we grab the book we’re currently reading and give two teaser sentences to whet the appetite of other readers. This meme is hosted by MizB at the Should Be Reading blog, so if you’ve got some of your own, drop by there and leave a link to your teasers.

Remember the rules:

  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) sentences from somewhere on the page
  • NO SPOILERS!
  • Include the Title and Author as well, so readers can find the book if they’re interested enough to want to read it

So here are mine:

Hoaxes are designed to show so-called experts up as gullible fools, and the perpetrator usually exposes them himself once he’s had his fun. But a forgery is designed to deceive forever, and to make money for its perpetrator too.

The Exodus Quest, by Will Adams, p. 351

I had to grab this book at the library last week, since it’s a mystery that takes place amongst archeologists in Egypt. Anyone who knows me would realize that I couldn’t have passed this book up for anything on earth.

Now. If you’ve got teasers, drop in with a Comment, and again, be sure to go to Should Be Reading to comment there as well.

    13 comments

    1. Tonya says:

      Sounds intriguing! Can wait to see what your final verdict on it is.

    2. kaye says:

      it sounds good. your profile was also interesying. read my teaser here

    3. I agree with Tonya and Kaye, this does sound intriguing! I’ll keep an eye out for your review!

    4. Harvee says:

      I like archaeological mysteries. Let us know when you have your review up.

    5. Harvee says:

      I like archaeological mysteries. Let us know when you have your review up.I’m at http://www.bookbirddog.blogspot.com or at http://www.bookblogs.ning.com under Harvee Lau.

      • Phyl says:

        Harvee, I could tell you probably would like archaeological mysteries, just by the subject matter of your own Tuesday Teaser. It wasn’t exactly stuff out of the past, but I suspected you probably liked historical stuff. The book you quoted from is on my own To-be-Read list now.

    6. Margot says:

      A mystery among archeologists is up my alley too. I look forward to hearing more about it.

    7. Carrie K. says:

      Sounds interesting!

    8. Lisa says:

      Interesting – certainly gives you an idea of what the story is about. I hope you’re enjoying it!

    9. stacybuckeye says:

      Sounds like a puzzle. I love puzzles!

    10. Bumbles says:

      I really like that Teaser. Sums it up quite perfectly. Reminds me that I should bump up “The Man Who Made Vermeers” up closer to the top of my list.

    11. robert says:

      Ooooh a subtle difference and interesting!

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