SIROCCO, Storm Over Land and Sea by Inge H. Borg

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Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, is Book 2 of the Author's historical fiction series about the mystery of Ancient Egypt, the "Legends of the Winged Scarab." It is a stand-alone action & adventure thriller with modern-day suspense, and has tie-ins to  Book 1, Khamsin, The Devil Wind of The Nile, as well as Book 3, After the Cataclysm.Egyptologist Naunet Klein arrives in Cairo to assist museum director Dr. Jabari El-Masri in deciphering golden tablets inscribed with dire predictions from an unknown culture predating even Egypt's Old Kingdom.She never dreamed that she would meet a handsome stranger. Nor had she and her two colleagues expected to be embroiled in Egypt's current political upheaval, and an audacious theft that culminates in kidnapping and murder. A thousand pounds of gold bring out the worst in those dealing with illicit ancient treasures.During a perilous sailing trip from the Red Sea to Crete, Naunet learns the truth about the ancient curses and predictions. Time is running out.

About Inge H. Borg

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Born and raised in Austria, Inge H. Borg completed her language studies in London and Paris. Continuing her study of French, she also worked at the French Embassy in Moscow. After Ms. Borg was transferred to the States, she worked on both coasts, and after several years of living in San Diego, she became a US citizen.Ms. Borg now lives in a diversified lake community in Arkansas, where she continues to write fiction.
Published August 15, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 259 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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