The Murder of King Tut

The Murder of King Tut - Martin Dugard, James Patterson Mr. Patterson is a machine at cranking out books and quite often I just glance at the titles and walk by. The title of this one did catch my interest. The book was an entertaining read (no one ever said Mr. Patterson couldn’t write) but I am in a quandary as how to classify this book. Fiction? Non-fiction? Historical fiction? It touches on enough of archeology, Egypt and King Tut to keep the historical reader interested and fleshes out enough of the story to keep the general reader interested. Personally I found it an average read.