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Vulture's Kiss (Ibis Prophecy #2)

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Lesbian adventure romance: Valerie Foret—archeologist and heir to a terrifying task —returns in a powerful desert adventure set in Egypt and Jerusalem, in both modern and medieval times.

On the eve of the release of Valerie Foret’s great chronicle, Valerie learns that hers is not the 100th generation of the prophecy at all. In grappling with a mysterious and lethal opponent
Paperback, 244 pages
Published July 23rd 2007 by Bold Strokes Books
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How do you combine historical fiction with fantasy, spiritualism, supernatural elements, and lesbian romance, and turn out a very entertaining novel that makes you feel like you've brushed up on your ancient egyptian and early christian history as well. Only Justine Saracen can do that. And with lots of humor, pathos and intrigue as well. (It helps that her partner is an egyptologist). I highly recommend this intelligent series, and everything else written by Ms Saracen.
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From the author's website: How a mild-mannered academic went astray and began writing lesbian fiction:
A recovered academic, Justine Saracen started out producing dreary theses, dissertations and articles for esoteric literary journals. Writing fiction, it turned out, was way more fun. With seven historical thrillers now under her literary belt, she has moved from Ancient Egyptian theology (The 100
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