The Lady of Abu SimbeleBook - 2001
The mighty Pharaoh Ramses, after winning a major battle against the Hittites, turns to new intrigues aimed at his throne . . . and heart. His boyhood friend Moses, back from exile, demands the Hebrews' release. An evil mage is plotting to strike down Ramses' first-born son. And lies are turning his concubine, Iset, against his beloved wife, Nefertari. Beset by troubles, Ramses sails for Abu Simbel to build a temple that will immortalize his union with Nefertari and unleash the magic of the goddess Hathor against Egypt's enemies. But loving deeply invites even deeper sorrow, as treachery and a god's wrath rise like a desert storm to threaten what Ramses cherishes most.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2001
Edition: First eBook edition
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