My friend, Inge H. Borg, has just published book 3 of the Legends of The Winged Scarab series, a dystopian action/adventure that stands alone. Readers would benefit from having read at least Book 2 - Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, but Book 1, Khamsin, the Devil Wind of the Nile, does have its artifacts bridging it to its two sequels.
After the Yellowstone Super-volcano
explodes, the ghost ship, Lyubov
Orlova, becomes a floating battleground between protagonists from Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea. Afterthe Cataclysm, plunges straight into this desperate post-apocalyptic world. Egyptologist Naunet Wilkins and
her scientist husband Jonathan flee their lawless homeland, accepting an uneasy
offer from Egyptian archaeologist Jabari El-Masri, a
fugitive from his own country. He was given refuge on Venezuela’s Isla
Margarita, owned by the fanatic art collector Lorenzo Dominguez. Did El-Masri
barter his Golden Tablets and the expertise of his
American friends for his own exile? Once again, Naunet is torn
between translating the ancient curses for the ruthless South American
billionaire, and saving her future world from the dire prophecies. As another ill-wind blows,
she finds her answer.