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The Jewel of the Seven Stars is the frightening tale of an archeologist determined to bring the ancient Egyptian Queen Tera back from the dead. Abel Trelawny sets out to fulfill his dark agenda, but he needs the help of the young lawyer Malcolm Ross. Convinced that Malcolm's interest in his daughter will help persuade him to go along with the evil plot, Trelawny sets his plan in motion. None of them could anticipate the horrifying consequences of his diabolic actions. Will Malcolm go along with Trelawny's evil plan or risk losing the woman who has stolen his heart?

Published in 1903, The Jewel of the Seven Stars would take its place behind only one other Bram Stoker classic, Dracula.

Public Domain (P)2017 A.R.N. Publications

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  • Richard G. Schuette
  • 05-09-2017

Well-written and read but Predictable

Clearly written for an early 20th c. audience. Easy to listen to but beat some themes to death.

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  • Howie
  • 15-10-2019

A good story for October

I was pleasantly surprised. I had not known that Bram Stoker had written other books. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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  • Mutasim
  • 13-03-2018

Interesting

interesting listen. not like the movies. slow build, great vocabulary. easy listen. I would recommend it.

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