Moses in the Twelfth Dynasty Egyptian Literature: A Reconstruction, by Aris M. Hobeth
Conventional biblical scholars tentatively position Moses during the Ancient Egyptian New Kingdom reign of Ramses II. Not much evidence supports this view.
However, the Egyptian Twelfth Dynasty stories provide so many details which match the Exodus details, that these coincidences strongly suggest that both sources are describing the same events.
Also, a theory from the controversial Immanuel Velikovsky - that the Passover angel was a comet - fits into this reconstruction.
In addition, a reading by psychic Edgar Cayce identifies the "abused Hebrew" as Moses' sister. The reading hints that Moses killed the pharaoh who despoiled her.
This reconstruction not only identifies Moses in the Egyptian literature, but also this sister and nine other characters, seven pharaohs among them.