The most up-to-date account of the boy king's life, from the discovery of the tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter to the latest CT-scanning, X-raying, and DNA studies. By the world-renowned Egyptologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Zahi Hawass, who lead the first DNA analysis of royal mummies in 2010.
Zahi Hawass is one of the world's best known Egyptologists, and a former Egyptian minister of state for antiquities. He is the author of many books on ancient Egypt, including several on Tutankhamun.
"This is a work by a man who passionately loves Egypt's past and is not afraid of controversy. There is nothing like reading a book that contains first-hand recollections and impressions, bringing to life an exacting academic topic. Dr Hawass does this in masterly fashion." - from the Foreword by Jaromir Malek