Monday, February 25, 2008

Fiction: Dietrich sequel

Statesman Journal

We heard from Northwest author William Dietrich, via e-mail, and he was pleased to announce a sequel to his 2007 historical thriller "Napoleon's Pyramids." The sequel, "The Rosetta Key," is due April 22. Here's what he shared with us:

"Napoleon's Pyramids," my sixth novel, is my most successful to date, doing well domestically and selling into 24 languages or countries.

"The Rosetta Key," my seventh, brings the adventure yarn built around Napoleon's 1798-99 invasion of Egypt and the Holy Land full circle.

While the two books are stand-alone reads, the first featured a bit of a cliff-hanger ending that had readers asking what happened next. "Rosetta Key" answers that.

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