Online Book Club Announces Book of the Year for 2022.

LOS ANGELES, CA, January 16, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — announced their Book of the Year for 2022winners on January 5, 2023. Winners were chosen from several various categories and voted on by members of the website. Disturbed Tombs, by Kay A. Oliver, won for Book of the Year – paranormal category.

Disturbed Tombs already won Best Historical Fiction Mystery Spring 2022 by Bookfest and won the Readers Viewers Five Star Award. To order your copy now click here or to receive a free eBook copy of the first fifteen chapters click here.

“I recommend this book to a wide-ranging audience as it crosses several genres. I recommend it to mystery lovers, those who like historical fantasies, and crime readers. If you enjoy all three of these genres, as I do, then I believe you will love this book.” – Sue S.

This historical fiction starts with Cleopatra Selene of Syria finding herself disappearing from the palace of the gods, where she was enjoying her afterlife. Pharaoh Seti the first, who had disappeared years before, found himself alone in a modern day museum, has a chance encounter with Selene as a spirit. What caused these disturbances in their rest? What were they both doing there?

Dr. Kaili Worthy’s love of archeology and the study of ancient pharaohs leads her on a collision course with the unknown as she is thrown into a world of secrets, danger, and ancient spirits. Her passion leads to a discovery that many cannot comprehend and her associates find hard to believe. Her only support is found in her husband and best friend.

This Award-winning book, Disturbed Tombs, is the first book in the Dr. Kaili Worthy series where ancient Egypt comes to life in the modern world. Readers who love historical fiction and mystery with a touch of the paranormal, will find this book appealing. The second book in the series is due out early 2023.

Other reviews: “I give Disturbed Tombs 4 out of 4 stars. Kay A. Oliver does a brilliant job of creating an adventure with twists and turns to keep you on your toes.” – Brooke L.

“I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars, because aside from the mysteries and adventures covered by this book, it was also informative and educative and is based on true events of archaeological findings of mummies, bones and artefacts adding to its charm, that if a sequel to this book were to be constructed, i would be glad to read on about Kaili’s new findings.” – Sobi A.

“This book will appeal to readers from a wide variety of genres. Fans of historical fiction, crime, suspense, and romance in particular should read it. They would undoubtedly delight in a combination of all of these components and long for more.” – Eniola

To get your copy now click here.

To view her other books, including the acclaimed “Road to Elysium” visit her website by clicking here.

Disturbed Tombs was previously published under title Voice of a Mummy.


A storyteller by her very nature, Kay A. Oliver has been creative her whole life. An avid reader and writer, she has begun focusing on her own stories to share in hopes of bringing joy to those that read her work. Her easy-to-read style makes her books page-turners that are full of twists you never see coming.

Kay A. Oliver was a prolific writer in the entertainment industry, and she has been writing since her youth, winning many different awards in the course of her career. Now she is following her passion for authoring fictional books. Her fictional series “Disturbed Tombs” won her first place in the Spring 2022 Bookfest Writing Awards.

Her latest book, Road to Elysium, is a page-turner inspired by a true story and leaves nothing to doubt. Her writing style and Hollywood experience never delivers a dull moment. Her writing ability and her imagination is quickly making her a legendary storyteller of our time.

Kay A. Oliver graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a TV, Film degree, before working in Hollywood for a few decades. During that time, she obtained her master’s degree in Business, Finance. She is still a current member of the TV Academy.

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