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Cigars of the Pharaoh (Tintin in the Orient) by Hergé.


Title: Cigars of the Pharaoh (Tintin in the Orient).
Author: Hergé.
Genre: Fiction, graphic novel, humour, adventure, mystery.
Country: Belgium.
Language: French.
Publication Date: 1932-1934.
Summary: Meeting a mad professor and a movie producer on a cruise ship, Tintin and Snowy go to Egypt, where they get involved in a drug smuggling ring. Tintin is drugged, kidnapped, and jailed. He flees by boat, airplane and elephant through the Orient, and finally arrives in India where he saves the life of a maharajah's son and breaks up a rebellion and a smuggling ring.

My rating: 7.5/10.
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Tags: 1930s - fiction, 20th century - fiction, adventure, arabian in fiction, belgian - fiction, crime, cultural studies (fiction), detective fiction, drugs (fiction), egyptian in fiction, fiction, graphic novels, historical fiction, humour (fiction), indian in fiction, journalism (fiction), mystery, sequels, tintin, translated, travel and exploration (fiction)

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