Today I have the pleasure of bringing back Inge H. Borg
Author of the 5-Book Legends of the Winged Scarab Series
While Inge H. Borg’s Khamsin, The Devil Wind of the Nile (Book 1) is pure historical fiction playing out in 3080 BC, during Egypt’s First Dynasty, her modern-day action/adventure sequels in and around Egypt contain some real events.
In Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea (Book 2) she uses the Arab Spring as a backdrop. Then, in After the Cataclysm (Book 3), the North American Yellowstone Supervolcano erupts. Luckily for us, this happens within the fictional realm of the story (although scientists do predict this to happen—sooner or later). The Crystal Curse (Book 4) reveals a huge mysterious structure buried southwest of Cairo: The Lost Labyrinth. It is there, although the Egyptian government denies its existence.
Now I am able to announce a NEW RELEASE, The Nile Conspiracy (Book 5)
The Nile Conspiracy
Imagine the mighty Nile running dry due to human interference. Impossible? Only too soon, this very threat may become a devastating reality.
Riveting adventure and international intrigue find Naunet and Jonathan Wilkins back in Egypt where the construction of The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam portends a catastrophe of biblical proportions.
Amidst their struggle to save an ancient site, the archaeologists are caught up in a dangerous conspiracy. Their explorations become a death trap when the desperate Egyptians decide to turn a huge secret underground labyrinth into an emergency reservoir.
Will the combined recklessness of two governments explode into the annihilation of its people?
In The Nile Conspiracy, several characters, good and evil, from the series’ preceding volumes are once again pitted against each other, the elements, and time. Borg captures the struggles of an economically depressed Egypt by skillfully combining the challenges of her post-apocalyptic world with the awe-inspiring legends of an ancient culture.
One can only hope that the terrifying events in this novel remain a figment of Borg’s imagination.
Borg weaves the construction of a monster-dam being built by Ethiopia into her premise of her new exciting action tale. The dam is a very real threat to Egypt’s future water supply, as it will take the Blue Nile five years to fill the enormous catch basin.
When diplomacy fails, somebody needs to do something about it; and who else is better suited than Borg’s protagonists?
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