The Curse of the Pharaohs Quotes

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Chapter 1, Page 8, Amelia Emerson:
"My own feelings? They are quite irrelevant. The decision was the only sensible solution, and I am always sensible."


Chapter 2, Page 31, Amelia Emerson:
"Emerson's response had taken her completely by surprise; and the astonishment with which she regarded me, as she tried to find some trace of the charms that made a man unwilling to be parted from me, was indeed delightful to behold."


Chapter 4, Page 63, Emerson:
"'For heaven's sake, Amelia, restrain yourself,' Emerson grumbled. 'I had hoped that on this expedition you would not succumb to your delusion that you are a qualified physician.'"


Chapter 5, Page 79, Madame Berengeria:
"'I came,' Madame Berengeria announced dramatically. 'The messages were favorable. I was given the strength to endure a meeting devoid of spiritual comfort.'"


Chapter 6, Page 91, Amelia Emerson:
"For a moment the two confronted one another in silence. I confess I had...

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