The Horus Scrolls - Marian Bayan, Professor of History at Cambridge University in England, is hired to translate an ancient Egyptiam scroll. The parchment lists a royal dynasty, that never was, and a murder. The Horus Women - As the new monarch in Kham (Egypt), Sobekkara Sobekneferu has two fears. One is that the bles in her court would murder her, because after all, she is a woman on a man's throne. Her second fear is the rise of the warriors, a class with the training and means to topple the throne if they wished to. Sobekkara enlists the aid of a sau, an amulet maker, who curses the monarch's scepter. Any man who covets her royal emblems will suffer its aftereffects. The Horus Plot - 1440 BC Ten-year-old Mehmet dreams of being a charioteer in Thutmosis III s army, but lately he has gained a reputation as a thief. When a Canaanite forces him to steal a scroll, one that would allow the Asiatics to lay false claims to the Horus throne, Mehmet is caught. The Canaanite flees and w Mehmet will face punishment alone...Unless he can help the king find the elusive Canaanite. The Horus Project - Call it a personality quirk but Cambridge Professor Mariam Bayan thought it a brilliant idea to research an ancient lineage. After all, his last project had brought forth the modern Canaanites, and if Canaan still lives, then who else? Mariam soon learns when three secret societies take tice of his project. One cabal wants the recently found ankh from Egypt's Twelfth Dynasty; the second organization seeks any relic from Dynasty Twenty-five. The third society wants a word with Pharaoh, and they tell Mariam to find Horus, turning his project into a dangerous bore.