A long-lost, pulp horror classic, written by noir master Ledru Baker Jr.
A greedy grave robber travels to Cairo in search of rare artifacts he can sell to museums. A chance meeting with a colorful old Egyptologist and his beautiful daughter leads him on a quest to unearth the cursed tomb of Queen Hetepheres and her legendary fortune in jewels. But what he finds is pure horror.
Also known as The Queen’s Bedchamber, this novella was originally published in the August 1957 issue of Boris Karloff’s Tales of the Frightened.