In her second detective adventure, young 1920's newspaper reporter Laura Bow is sent to cover the theft of an ancient egyptian dagger from a New York museum, where she soon finds herself facing both a tangled web of crime and corruption, and the terror of a stalking serial killer. Written by
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Laura Bow 2: The Bloody Dagger
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According to the optimal ending, Laura started dating Steve Dorian and was nominated by her editor Sam Augustini for a Pulitzer Prize. In the game Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers
(1993), when Gabriel enters the lecture hall of New Orleans university, there is a notice on the bulletin board about a lecture on "Investigative Reporting techniques to be given by octogenarian Pulitzer Prize winner Laura Bow Dorian" - indicating that Laura won the Pulitzer Prize, married Steve and lived to an old age. See more
Dr. Tut Smith and Rameses Najeer are both Egyptians, but while Rameses has a foreign accent (th instead of s), Dr. Smith does not. See more
You pick it up and place it in your purse.