“Moses. The name conjures every possible emotion. From the pious to disbelievers, among Jews, Christians and Muslims, the figure of Moses is embedded deep in our psyches. Who was this iconic man? Was he the wizened, angry man as the Old Testament portrays him? Did he truly lead a great exodus of 600,000 people from bondage to become the three great Abrahamic religions?
The First Pharaoh
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The First Pharaoh tells the story of King Narmer, the man who united Upper and Lower Egypt into one great nation. This is his epic journey, seen through his eyes and those of his Chief Scribe, the shaman Anhotek. The First Pharaoh gives us an understanding of the culture Narmer lived in and shaped, the battles he fought to unite his people, the woman he loved and nearly lost, the enemies even in his own court who plotted against him, and his many successes and painful failures.
The Dagger of Isis
Dangers lurk for the first woman Pharaoh. The Dagger of Isis traces the life of Meryt-Neith, the first female ruler of a united Egypt. From her marriage to King Wadjet to her eventual coronation after his death, this tale of intrigue and betrayal follows her ascension, the wars she fought and the loves that gave meaning to her life. This saga takes us on a journey throughout ancient Egypt and into nearby lands, as Meryt-Neith struggles to bring honor to her family’s dynasty.<
With the sudden death of his father, 16-year old Qa’a is thrust onto the throne, unprepared for rule. He is at the mercy of the cunning Chief Priest, Khenemet and his evil disciple. A chance meeting with a successful trader, Nomti, creates a friendship that brings glory to the Two Lands.
What does a woman- a rural housewife and mother- do when she learns, while still grieving the death of her husband, that he had been unfaithful for fully half of their twenty year marriage? Worse yet, his affair was with a woman as seemingly opposite to the protagonist as any two people could be. Sargent Mountain explores the wounds of betrayal, the painful process of healing, and the many meanings of love.<
Lisa, a New York Times reporter, was raised by her doting father. But it isn’t until after her father’s death that she finds out that she had been adopted after her mother’s brutal murder. How much did her father know? Was he involved? As Lisa delves further into the mystery she uncovers her surprising roots and learns lessons about life, love and family.