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1890s, 1930s, 1950s: The city of Muscat in Arabia has held a life long fascination for a fledgling archaeologist. But what secrets does it really contain?

Friday 8th April 2016


What you need to know before your trail

The ancient city of Muscat and its desert fort of Jabrin is said to contain many treasures and secrets of past times and a culture long hidden amongst the tragedy of misrule and war. When Joan Seabrook gets a chance to visit, she is determined to meet  her heroine, the pioneering explorer Maude Vickery, who crossed the desert and conquered many secrets of that lost world...


Click on the link below to read the full Booktrail article written about The English Girl.


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