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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Hatshepsut Trilogy
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y separately published work icon Her Majesty the King Patricia L. O'Neill , Chatswood : New Holland , 2010 Z1753821 2010 single work novel historical fiction

'Hatshepsut, the gifted and beautiful daughter of the Pharaoh, vows to accept whatever destiny the gods have decreed for her. When just fourteen, she kills a marauder, is betrothed to her loathsome brother and becomes the most powerful priestess in Egypt. She falls in love with Senenmut, the brilliant commoner who is torn between his yearning for Hatshepsut and his duty to protect her. When her father dies, Hatshepsut must make the ultimate sacrifice for the sake of Egypt.

'Her Majesty the King is the story of Hatshepsut's turbulent path to the throne. She battles bigotry, heartbreak and betrayal in the glittering but treacherous world of New Kingdom Egypt. Hatshepsut and Senenmut's forbidden passion is one of history's greatest untold love stories.' (Publisher's blurb)

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y separately published work icon The Horus Throne Patricia L. O'Neill , Chatswood : New Holland , 2010 Z1753824 2010 single work novel historical fiction

'In The Horus Throne, the second book of the Hatshepsut Trilogy, author Patricia L O'Neill traces the evolution of Egypt's legendary female Pharaoh through the formative years of her reign.

'Meticulously reconstructing the historical event, she reveals a leader torn apart by the conflicting demands of her gods, her people, her child and her lover.

'Based on a true story, The Horus Throne lays bare the heart and mind of a real woman who overcame prejudice and precedent to follow the destiny decreed by her gods.' (Publisher's blurb)

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y separately published work icon The Eye of Re Patricia L. O'Neill , Chatswood : New Holland , 2011 6934991 2011 single work novel fantasy

'A saga of bloody conquest, devastating secrets, rivalry for a ruler’s heart and revenge from beyond the grave…

The third and final book of the Hatshepsut Trilogy by author Patricia L. O’Neill, which traces the evolution of Egypt’s legendary female Pharaoh through the years of her reign.

'Meticulously reconstructing the historical record, she reveals a ruler torn apart by the conflicting demands of her gods, her people, her child and her lover. ' (Publisher's blurb)

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First known date: 2010
    • Chatswood, Chatswood - Gordon - Castlecrag area, Sydney Northern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,: New Holland , 2010- .
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