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Book: The Lost Pharaoh - Sobek II by Allen Pollens
Mysteries of Ancient Egypt Come to Life as U S Professor Searches the Nile for a Lost Pharaoh. A visit to Philadelphia Art Museum's Tutankhamen exhibit changes everything for Dr. Alberto Rodriguez. A professor of archeology at Jess Hawkins University, he is familiar with the whole story of Howard Carter's 1922 discovery of Tut's tomb. His own participations in excavations in New Mexico and [...]
 
Book: Cairo by Victoria Pitts Caine
Liz McCran and Donnie Barnes travel to Cairo, Egypt, in search of Addie and Gary Wright, who were asked to deliver a mysterious envelope. Within days of their arrival, the couple has vanished. When Liz locates the Wright's contact, Mr. Moustafa, she receives the first of several riddles. Rayhan Shenouda, an Egyptian working at the American Embassy, agrees to help but his desire is to win Liz's [...]
 
Book: Hallow Evening by Gabriella Cairo
This is a fun book about Halloween. It begins with a poem. Followed by two short stories. The first story is about a mother relating her tales to her son about Halloween. He asks questions that bring a smile. Especially when it comes to a spirit. The second story takes you on a parade of children. Also ghosts, witches and fairies. With a wishful happy ending. There are photographs and [...]
 
Book: The Immigrants' Daughter - A Private Battle to Earn the Right to Self-actualization by Mary Terzian
In her award-winning book the author captures the universal immigrant experience through her personal memories. The scene is set in Cairo in the 1940's. She is a member of a tightly knit Armenian family living in an expatriate community of genocide survivors, or escapees, like her parents, from Turkey, during and after World War I. Peaceful life, joy with younger brother's arrival and happy [...]
 
Book: There's Jews in Texas? by Debra L. Winegarten
Winner of the 2011 Poetica Magazine national contest. "Debra L. Winegarten writes frank, funny, poignant, punchy poems. This collection shines with radiant spirit." Naomi Shihab Nye, Guggenheim Fellow. "Debra Winegarten's poems are sharp, sometimes funny, always on the mark when it comes to our difficult understanding of difference. Her poems move through those childhood lessons of identity and [...]
 
Book: Buried Secrets by Amanda Cozyn
Readers notice early on in the novel that the narrative of the story stays in the present, it skips to the past only a few times. The plot opens by introducing Shafik and his murder at Parliament House in Cape Town, South Africa. We then learn about Susie, a ghost who will sometimes, when she feels like it help Hanna out to solve a little mystery. The story explores the fact that Shafik died and [...]
 
Book: A Hitch-Biker's Guide Through Africa by Jo Charnock
'Travelling the length of Africa, from Cairo to Cape Town, on folding bikes? Were we completely mad or had we come up with an idea that would prove to be the simplest and most fun way to travel?' A Hitch-Biker's Guide Through Africa is the story of this extraordinary adventure, of two people with two folding bicycles who travelled the length of Africa, from Cairo to Cape Town. This African [...]
 
Book: SIROCCO, Storm over Land and Sea by Inge H. Borg
Trouble brews when Morsi-followers storm into Jabari El-Masri's Cairo Museum lab and find two undocumented tablets ready for shipment to a secretive private buyer. Desperate, El-Masri insists they are slated for a Boston Museum exhibit. As the black unguent has to be removed first, Boston Egyptologist Naunet Klein is asked to assist in cleaning and deciphering these golden tablets on site in [...]
 
Book: Politically Homeless - A Five-year Odyssey across Three Continents by Mary Terzian
In this memoir, Terzian's aspirations to attend college meet parents' refusal, flaring her yearnings even more. Consequently she quits her home in Cairo to work with the United Nations (Un) World Health Organization in Alexandria. Five years later she accepts a Un assignment in Congo, where civil war is rampant. She endures the rigors of expatriation, meanwhile saving funds for her college [...]
 
Book: Thursday at Noon - a Mideast Political Thriller by William F. Brown
Treachery and double-dealing are the rule in this spy vs spy thriller. A dead Mossad agent, Nazi rocket scientists, the Moslem Brotherhood, a corrupt American ambassador, and two missing Egyptian tank regiments - somebody's trying to start another Arab-Israeli war. Richard Thomson is a burnt-out CIA agent who the Agency dumped in Egypt because they couldn't think of a worse place to send him. [...]
 
Book: The Crystal Curse (Legends of the Winged Scarab Book 4) by Inge H. Borg
Civilized life in the United States has collapsed following the Yellowstone Supervolcano eruption. A handful of unscrupulous foreign profiteers conspire to implement a New World Order. To achieve their idea of Earth's sustainability, millions are to be 'neutralized.' Pitted against them are Egyptologist Naunet Wilkins, her scientist husband Jonathan, and their friends from Borg's preceding [...]
 


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