The staple of many a horror story, ancient Egyptian striving for immortality at least achieves some form of life... and is invariably bad-tempered about it. Regarded as one of the better published adventures for 1st Edn. Chill.
Publisher's blurb: "It is the hour before dawn, the darkest hour, the hour when the dying most often slip away into that final night from which there is, for most, no awakening. A soft breeze from the Nile River stirs the curtains, and Thutmose, Pharaoh of all Egypt, restless with pain, tosses fitfully on his bed. His servant, Merritet comes forward, bearing the magical poison that will allow him and his king to journey to the Underworld and one day, perhaps, back to the land of the living."
More when I get hold of a copy!
Author: Jon Brunelle
Publishers' Reference: PAC2009
Paperback, 32 pages
Product page last updated: 20 March 2005