At last! The second book in my Scepter of the Nile series is finished.
The Ankh is now available on Kindle at http://amzn.to/1p1s1S2.
A silver box sits on the table in front of Tomyris Currington. Opening it, she finds it empty which is not possible. When it was sealed, two thousand years ago, an Ankh was inside. It is a beautiful, priceless, jewel encrusted golden Ankh. She is the only person who could open it. Since the box sits there silent and empty, it is obvious someone other than her removed it. But who? What has happened to the Ankh? The better question is, who has the Ankh.
The Goddess Sekhmet returns as what she really is: The Goddess of War and Destruction, and she is not happy. She has issued a terrible threat. The Ankh must be returned to her. If not, people will die…horribly. How will this affect the tough decisions that have to be made? Why are Tomyris Currington and Sophia Al-Haran no longer together?
The adventure begins in North Texas, moves to Wales, then to London and Paris, Milan and finally, Tel Aviv. But the answers are found back in North Texas.
Lives will be lost, relationships will be torn apart and one will stand in judgment.
Will the Ankh be found before Sekhmet acts on her threats? Will lovers be reunited? And who stands in judgment. The answers are in The Scepter of the Nile: The Ankh.
The series continues with the same characters as in the first book, The Scepter of the Nile, with the addition of several others.
I’m presently working on the third book in the series titled, The Flail. I hope to have it out by the first of the year.
Enjoy and remember: reviews are always welcome.