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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Secret of the Sands is now registered with the Library of Congress

Hey all you libraries, bookstores, other retailers & wholesalers out there - as part of the upgrade/revision process to our award-winning mystery novel, Secret of the Sands, we have registered the novel with the Library of Congress. The new version should be ready & on the market in a couple of weeks. This registration will make it easier for all of you to add us to your esteemed shelves and choose where to categorize the novel :)


Here is our info:

ISBN-10: 1-4196-7552-4
EAN-13: 978-1419675522

Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN): 2010904965

Book Industry Subject and Category (BISAC) codes for Secret of the Sands:

1. FIC002000    FICTION / Action & Adventure
2. FIC030000    FICTION / Suspense
3. FIC040000    FICTION / Alternative History
4. FIC028010    FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure
5. FIC024000    FICTION / Occult & Supernatural

Those categories sum up very well some of the various genres and characteristics of this adventure story, which is suitable for ages 12 to 112, and is a little like mixing Indiana Jones with The Mummy with National Treasure. There are even shades of The Golden Compass and The Chronicles of Narnia in it...

For 12,000 years a dark and deadly secret has been hidden deep below the Great Sphinx of Giza. In present day Egypt, a frightening, yet awe-inspiring story unravels as archaeologists race against time to decipher an ancient truth...


I will let you all know as soon the new version of our ancient Egypt book, Secret of the Sands is available!

Happy reading always!

Rai Aren, co-author of the award-winning mystery novel SECRET OF THE SANDS

"A deep probing mystery riddled with prophecy and danger, Secret of the Sands uses Egypt and her mythology as a backdrop to delve into the meanings of life and religion." -McNally Robinson

"Rai Aren and Tavius E. have crafted a fast-paced, exciting novel overflowing with mystery and intrigue. The tension is constant. The characters fully developed. And the plot gripping. Ancient history and present day relevance are so expertly intertwined, that you might forget you are reading a work of fiction." -Thomas Phillips, author of The Molech Prophecy


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