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The Stolen Papyrus

The Stolen Papyrus

155K Reads 11.5K Votes 60 Part Story
Cate By _cmturner_ Completed

✩A Wattpad Featured Story✩

She doesn't carry a whip or wear a fedora, but Michaela does know how to use a shovel to dig for artifacts. However, what she didn't expect for the excavation in Egypt was discovering would have to work with the one person on earth she never wanted to see again--Xander. Or that she would be dragged into the middle of a murder investigation with Xander as the main suspect. 

Yet there is a more dangerous enemy lurking in the shadows... and he has his eyes set on the focus of their excavation: the tomb of an Ancient Egyptian Queen. Follow Michaela as she finds herself caught up in a tangled web of truth, lies, thievery, villains, and antiheroes. All of which seems to have started with a papyrus that vanished the night her father died....

  
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My Stories:
The Journey to Thebes ¦Prequel¦
[✔ Completed]

The Stolen Papyrus ¦Book 1¦
[✔ Completed ✩ Featured]

The Lost Sepulcher ¦Book 2¦
[Ongoing]

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This story is the property of C. M. Turner. Characters and events are entirely fictional creations of the author's imagination. No part of this work may be copied without the author's prior consent. Plagiarism is illegal and will be prosecuted.

Cover artwork courtesy of the talented zuzanna @witchoria

Avalyn1584 Avalyn1584 Apr 27
I must agree with the comment below, I had no idea Aisha was related to Glasgow until I read further. I think clarifying it a little more in the next paragraph or so below this one would definitely be beneficial should you decide to do so. :)
- - Mar 23
I knew a Weston, total jerk, almost choked my crush so I almost broke his leg.
                              **coughs and looks away****  yeah...
This is dramatic without having the horrible, cheesy feel. This feels real. I absolutely love your writing style!
 #Teahouse
                              
                              Great opening. You present a fascinating world, reminds me of the mummy series. And I like how you planted us straight into the story without any fuss. Regarding the question at the end, yes I do think it was loaded.
This part right here seems to be when Al-Rashid goes off the rails and wants to murder the guy. I was kind of confused here. It was hard for me to put together the pieces. Maybe a more direct mention of Aisha would help?