This is one of the classic writings on the Old Testament by the famous German scholar and theologian Ernst Wilhelm (E. W.) Hengstenberg (1802-69), best known for his Christologie des Alten Testaments (Christology of the Old Testament), published between 1829 and 1835, and revised in 1854-7. Egypt and the Books of Moses (1841) is an historical study and commentary on the Pentateuch (Genesis–Deuteronomy), dealing with some of the (modern) critical questions which had begun to surface already by that time.
This title is included in the collection of works on the Old Testament by Hengstenberg, which is also available for purchase:
The History of the Kingdom of God under the Old Testament [2 volumes] (posthumously published 1869-71)
Egypt and the Books of Moses (1841)
Commentary on the Psalms [3 volumes](1842-7)
Commentary on Ecclesiasties (1859), with other treatises on the Old Testament, including lectures on Isaiah and the Book of Job