Lord of the Nile

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In this lush paranormal set on the shores of the Nile, an elegant stranger persuades a sculptress to join in the search for a lost Egyptian temple. During the search, Karissa uncovers the truth about her father and the reason why she is obsessed with big, black cats.

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
  • Words: 43,040
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780982344286
About Patricia Simpson

Patricia Simpson is described by reviewers as “a premier writer of supernatural romance.” Author of numerous paranormal novels, she is inspired by science, paranormal phenomena, and archeological discoveries, and consistently garners superior ratings and awards for unusual heroes and unpredictable plots. Simpson has been called “a master at keeping suspense going on a multitude of levels,” and a “masterful storyteller.”

From Egyptian lords that shape-shift into black panthers to Scottish time-travelers who step out of computers, Simpson entertains readers while pushing the envelope in paranormal suspense. Her new trilogy, THE FORBIDDEN TAROT, goes further than anything she’s written before. This series explores a new world history and impending planetary disaster. Already some reviewers have called the first book in this series, THE DARK LORD, a “true gift to her readers,” and a “lulu of a story.”

Patricia’s favorite writing arenas are the Pacific Coast, the deep South, 18th century in America and Great Britain, ancient Egypt, Pacific Northwest Native Americans, and anything that goes bump in the night. She has a BA in Art from the University of Washington, two daughters, and a retreagle named Berkeley.

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Review by: Charles berko on July 30, 2012 : (no rating)
Just Awesome
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: John Van Stry on Aug. 19, 2011 :
This was a well written and enjoyable story. I enjoyed the characters, the problems that our Hero and Heroine both faced, and the way they came to terms with their problems and each other. (I'm trying not to put any spoilers in here). It was definitely worth the money, and was an enjoyable read.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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