Today I welcome Author Inge H. Borg to my blog where she is going to reveal the cover to her upcoming release, The Nile Conspiracy.
The Nile Conspiracy
(Book 5 – Legends of the Winged Scarab)
by Inge H. Borg
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 completion 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 preceding books of the series 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.
Books 1 – 4 of the Legends of the Winged Scarab
About the Author
Born and raised in Austria, Inge H. Borg left home at eighteen to study languages in London, Paris and Moscow. A job transfer from Vienna to Chicago led to becoming a US citizen in San Diego.
She now lives in a quiet lake community in Arkansas with her two rescued Maine Coon cats, devoting most of her time to writing.
So far, her “Legends of the Winged Scarab” series has four volumes with the fifth, “The Nile Conspiracy” to be published in December. In this series, she combines the myths of Ancient Egypt with modern action, adventure and suspense during the Arab Spring.
Other books include Shadow Love, an intriguing novella about love, loss, and dreams and two short parodies on that thing called love.
And then there is Pasha, From Animal Shelter to A Sheltered Life, an account of shelter animals and their rescues (more of a love letter to her cat, really).
As a staunch supporter of her Indie-writer colleagues, Borg frequently highlights their books on her two blogs: http://devilwinds.blogspot.com/ and http://ingehborg.blogspot.com/ (for writers and their pets)