Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea

Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, is a present-day thriller with tie-ins to the Author's historical fiction saga Khamsin, The Devil Wind of The Nile. As a novel, Sirocco stands alone.

Cairo Museum's missing inventories are questioned by Morsi-followers. Director Jabari El-Masri entices Egyptologist Naunet Klein to Egypt to decipher ancient tablets predating the first dynasty. More

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About Inge H. Borg

Born and raised in Austria, Inge H. Borg completed her language studies in London and Paris. To continue her study of French, she accepted a job at the French Embassy in Moscow. After Ms. Borg was transferred to the States, she worked on both coasts, and after several years in San Diego, she finally became a US citizen.

Ms. Borg now lives in a diversified lake community in Arkansas, where she continues to write historical and contemporary fiction. She also published a non-fiction book about Pasha, her cat and his former shelter buddies. Her poetry has been published in over twenty anthologies and was chosen for professionally recorded readings.

All of Borg's books are available in various e-book formats as well as glossy soft-cover Print-on-Demand books from Amazon.

Ms. Borg’s hobbies include world literature, opera, sailing and, of course, devising other plots for future novels.

Please, check out her two fun blogs for more background information, updates and general musings.

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