What are the best archaeology thriller books?

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    #1The Book of the Dead (Pendergast)

    The Book of the Dead (Pendergast)
    The Book of the Dead is a mystery thriller fiction and the seventh book of Pendergast series written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. It is published in 2006 by Warner Books. 
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    #2The Ice Limit

    The Ice Limit

    The Ice Limit is a science fiction mystery thriller fiction and the first book in Ice Limit series written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. it is published in 2000. 

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    Denise Simmons
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "Science fiction thrillers are my thing. I love how the Ice Limit incorporates archaeology and mystery in the story."
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    #3The Seventh Scroll (Ancient Egypt)

    The Seventh Scroll (Ancient Egypt)

    The Seventh Scroll is a historical fiction and the second book in Ancient Egypt series written by Wilbur Smith. It is published in 1996 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 

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    Steven Butler
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "It was fiction book writing about ancient egypt"
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    #4Fever Dream (Pendergast)

    Fever Dream (Pendergast)
    Fever Dream is a mystery thriller fiction and the tenth book in Pendergast series written by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. It is published in 2010 by Grand Central Publishing. 
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    Janet Mitchell
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "If you are a fan of archaeology thriller books then you should definitely read Fever Dream (Pendergast) by Douglas Preston. This book is pretty good but it's only a piece to a larger series."
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    #5The Last Oracle (Sigma Force)

    The Last Oracle (Sigma Force)

    The Last Oracle is the fifth book in the Sigma Force series written by the New York Times bestselling author James Rollins, which is a combination of history, science, and adventure. 

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    Harold Fox
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "Loved this book! Reminds me of if Indiana Jones was set in more modern day with sci-fi elements to it. A very interesting take on intrigue, history, mystery and conspiracy. Overall, highly recommended!"
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    #6The Ape Who Guards the Balance (Amelia Peabody)

    The Ape Who Guards the Balance (Amelia Peabody)

    The Ape Who Guards the Balance is a historical fiction mystery and the tenth book of Amelia Peabody written by Elizabeth Peters. It is published in 1998. 

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    Bruce Simpson
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "I wasn't really a fan of the Da Vinci Code but I was interested in the genre of archaeology thrillers. The Ape Who Guards the Balance is way better than the Da Vinci Code because it is free of any religious overtones."
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    #7The Explorer's Code (John Sinclair Mystery)

    The Explorer's Code (John Sinclair Mystery)

    The Explorer's Code is a mystery thriller fiction and the first book in John Sinclair Mystery series written by Kitty Pilgrim. This action suspense romance book is published din 2011 by Scribner. 

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    Alice Jacobs
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "John and Cordelia shine in The Explorer's Code. Every page was better than the one before, and the twists and turns were exciting. I really appreciated the added touch of romance, making this a book that has everything for me."
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    #8The Stolen Chalice (John Sinclair Mystery)

    The Stolen Chalice (John Sinclair Mystery)

    The Stolen Chalice is a mystery thriller romance fiction and the second book in John Sinclair Mystery series written by Kitty Pilgrim. It is published in 2012 by Scribner. 

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    Betty Murray
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This doesn't look too bad. I would pick a different one if it was up to me but this one isn't horrible."
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    #9Crocodile on the Sandbank (Amelia Peabody)

    Crocodile on the Sandbank (Amelia Peabody)
    Crocodile on the Sandbank (Amelia Peabody) is a historical fiction set in Egypt (Northern Africa) written by Elizabeth Peters, published in 1988 by Grand Central Publishing.
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    Israel Zamora
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "This is how you write women characters! Take note, ladies! A match for Indy himself, Amelia is not to be trifled with. I'm glad I was able to turn my daughter on to Ms. Peters superior writing and wit; perhaps she'll grow up to be the right sort of feminist. I'm buying her the umbrella now, just in case."
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    #10Thunderhead (Flicka Series)

    Thunderhead (Flicka Series)

    Thunderhead is a novel for children by Mary O'Hara. It is the second book in the Flicka series, and it tells the story of Ken and his horse, Thunderhead, as the two of them struggle through the challenges of growing up.

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    Arthur Jimenez
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "This isn't exactly my forte when it comes to books, so my taste is sort of new to say the least. There aren't many things to compare to (from my view), so I will say this. The book managed to keep my interest and I enjoyed it from start to finish."
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    #11Haunted Ground (Nora Gavin)

    Haunted Ground (Nora Gavin)
    Haunted Ground (Nora Gavin) is book filled with forensics, suspense, history, and archaeology. This fiction book written by Erin Heart was published on April 29, 2003 by Scribner Book Company
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    Jane Wade
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "The writing is strong, descriptive and vivid and propelled me into Ireland. To have a glimpse into Irish culture, music, history, and vistas is the primary reason I chose to read this book. I was rewarded with a wealth of interesting and enlightening moments throughout the book. The other reason I chose this book was for the mystery and I was rewarded with two, one past and one present with parallels of mother and child. One of my disappointments came with the lack of suspense. Opportunities existed for the storyline and the writing to turn more suspenseful and enhance anticipation. I felt left wanting more moments of taut anxiety."

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Best What are the best archaeology thriller books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1The Book of the Dead (Pendergast)Books 26 Paid
2The Ice LimitBooks 26 Paid
3The Seventh Scroll (Ancient Egypt)Books 23 Paid
4Fever Dream (Pendergast)Books 22 Paid
5The Last Oracle (Sigma Force)Books 21 Paid
6The Ape Who Guards the Balance (Amelia Peabody)Books 20 Paid
7The Explorer's Code (John Sinclair Mystery)Books 18 Paid
8The Stolen Chalice (John Sinclair Mystery)Books 17 Paid
9Crocodile on the Sandbank (Amelia Peabody)Books 10 Paid
10Thunderhead (Flicka Series)Books 6 Paid
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