Eater of Souls (Lord Meren, Book 4) by Lynda S. Robinson

By Lynda S. Robinson

Someone--or something--is slaying blameless folks at the evening streets within the royal urban of Memphis. worried electorate think it's the grotesque paintings of the Devourer, the eater of souls, essentially the most fearsome gods within the Egyptian pantheon. Even Lord Meren, the Eyes and Ears of Pharaoh, is baffled by means of this sequence of awful crimes whose sufferers have just one factor in universal: the grisly demeanour in their deaths.
Is the evildoer actually the Devourer, risen from the netherworld, or simply an insignificant mortal? among Lord Meren and the reality lie harmful mysteries--in the city's again alleys and within the bosom of his personal noble kinfolk. .

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