St. Martin’s Press and amazon are both sold out of MILLIONAIRE AND THE MUMMIES, but copies are still available from http://www.barnesandnoble.com The book is a great gift for the holidays, or birthdays, or weddings, or whatever. And if you’d like a signed copy inscribed per your preferences, just email me at email@example.com .
An article about Charles Wilbour, who was a bigger crook than Theodore Davis and prominent later in Egyptology (with info that didn’t get in to “Millionaire and the Mummies”) is posted at http://www.academia.edu Look up john adams and you’ll get there!
The quarterly journal The Appendix has published a nice essay on Millionaire and the Mummies: http://theappendix.net/issues/2014/1/in-king-tuts-shadow
Popular Archaeology Magazine has published an article about Theodore Davis’s bequest to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and its complicated history. http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/12012013/article/the-met-the-mistress-and-the-money
The article includes a number of photos not included in THE MILLIONAIRE AND THE MUMMIES.
You may have to register to see the article, but it is not necessary to pay them any money; just skip that step.
An article on The Millionaire and the Mummies has appeared in the Newport Mercury: http://www.newportri.com/newportmercury/arts/mummy-dearest/article_f6f4d932-5a5e-527a-9788-f9047b2931e5.html
The American Research Center in Egypt has posted a piece on the sources used in finding out the details of Theodore Davis’s life:
Thanks to Macmillan publishing for putting two recent pieces on their Tor website. One is the briefest history of excavating in the Valley of the Kings you’ll ever see: http://www.tor.com/blogs/2013/06/digging-up-the-valley-of-the-kings
And an excerpt from Millionaire and the Mummies: http://www.tor.com/stories/2013/05/the-millionaire-and-the-mummies-excerpt