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Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus

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Being able to detect black magic isn’t all tea and crumpets—and for Theodosia Throckmorton, it can be a decidedly tricky business! When Sticky Will drags Theo to a magic show featuring the Great Awi Bubu, she quickly senses there is more to the magician than he lets on . . . 
     Meanwhile, back at the Museum of Legends and Antiquities, Henry is home for the spring holidays and discovers an artifact that alchemists have been hunting for centuries. Soon, every occultist in London is after it.

""Clever and exciting, just like the previous book, this also features a layered relationship between Theodosia and her grandmother. Nonstop action in a delightfully English package."" Booklist
 
""Archaeology and fantasy fans alike will find much to love in this magical tale chock-full of ancient Egyptian artifacts and details. Theodosia’s first-person narration is often very funny as she deals with the adults around her, and the plot is quick and multilayered like a well-wrapped mummy."" School Library Journal
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