Sunrise on the Mediterranean by Suzanne Frank

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Time-traveller Chloe Kingsley wakes up in the Mediterranean, dressed in 1990s party clothes. Mistaken for a mermaid goddess, Chloe soon realises she is in biblical Canaan. She and Cheftu are reunited, only to become vassals to David, the Israelite king.

About Suzanne Frank

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Frank is a newspaper and magazine journalist who has traveled extensively in Egypt, Greece, and Israel.
Published May 1, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 496 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Added to this already convoluted setup is the character of RaEm, a dangerous ancient Egyptian woman who has been inhabiting Chloe's body in the 20th century and who is now stuck with Cheftu in the same time period as Chloe, on a deserted island somewhere near Egypt.

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