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I will admit that when I first discovered P.C. Doherty I could only find his hardback editions, so I've continued to seek out those verses the paperbacks. Maybe that's why it takes so long. Many of his books are now out in paperback and readily available on Amazon, but as I've said, not many people carry them in actual stores.
Of additional note here should be that he writes not only as P.C. Doherty but also as C.L. Grace, Michael Clynes, Paul Harding, Anna Apostolous and Ann Dukthas. (I've been told several times that any books under the name Anna Apostolous are not readily available in the U.K.
Most of Doherty's books are not published in the US. Check Amazon.UK for what you want. But you have to slog through lots of stuff to find what you want.
He also publishes as Paul Doherty. There are about 3 of his Egyptian mysteries published in the US, then I think they stopped because they didn't sell well. There are 2 more that were published in the UK.
The Mask of Ra US
The Horus Killing US
The Anubis Slayings US
The Slayers of Seth UK
The Assassins of Isis UK
The trilogy that starts with An Evil Spirit out of the West, was never published at all in the US. You can get it and the other 2 on Amazon.com, but they come from the UK which is why it takes so long.
King Tut/Ankhenaton series
An Evil Spirit Out of The West
The Season of the Hyaena
The Year of the Cobra
Besides the Apostolous books, he also did an Alexander series under his own name, but not all of them are available in the US. I think they also stopped publishing them in the UK, or he stopped writing them because the story was never really finished and there hasn't been another one.
Alexander the Great - Paul Doherty
The House of Death
The Godless Man
The Gates of Hell
I think the books listed here that were published in the US are all out of print now. Good luck, you might find them in used shops or on-line.
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Actually, here in Germany, it's easy to find the four books (The Mask of Ra is the first of a quadriology)! Furthermore I have found "The FallenAngel", the two books about Alexander The Great and his two novels about Rome and the Christians.
Maybe the the rest is hard to find, because he isn't so famous and popular?
I can't think of another reason ...
It's like this book didn't exist in german!
The Ankenaten series is also very good.