Crocodile on the Sandbank - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Back at the camp Walter is stunned to hear of the events of the previous night, though Emerson had gotten word of it first hand on his pre-dawn visit to Hassan. Amelia, functioning on a lack of sleep several nights running, determines she must take a nap. Before she retires to her tomb, the group decides they had best remain together for the next mummy appearance. If it is really after Evelyn, her departure will accomplish nothing. That decided, Amelia falls into a fitful sleep. She has an overpowering sense of danger when she awakens. Emerson is in her room and is standing stock still, begging her not to move, for at the foot of her bed is a coiled hooded cobra, the most poisonous snake in Egypt. "I did not need that injunction. I could not have moved, even if waking intelligence...

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