The Mummy (novel)

The Mummy (novel)

The Mummy, or Ramses the Damned, is a 1989 historical-horror novel by Anne Rice. Taking place during the early twentieth century, it follows the collision between a British archeologist's family and a resurrected mummy. Though the novel ends with the statement, "The Adventures of Ramses the Damned Shall Continue", no sequel has yet been published.

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