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Fire of Isis: The Forbidden Temple of Basra

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In a land hostile to the ancients gods and goddesses of Egypt, Isis' two priestesses built a temple. Esmet and Anath, once courtesans, now lovers, enjoy the protection of Belshazaar, king of Basra, and former betrothed of Amat. But their security is threatened by Kamal's appearance. Upon learning of Amat's death, Kamal begins a tormented journey to Egypt, where, ...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Wadjet Publishing
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Michele Fontaine
Dec 08, 2015 Michele Fontaine rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
From reader Kirsten: "I really have enjoyed this series. It is an easy, cozy up to a fire with a warm blanket story. I love the historical background, the exotic descriptions and the mystical references. The descriptions of sacred ritual interwoven into the story are very filling for me.

I would highly recommend book 1 - Harem Sister, before reading this one, they really do go together. Michele does a good job of retelling important parts of the story so that if you don't read it, it's o.k. but i
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Michele Fontaine is an award-winning author of the two previous novels of The Sekhmet Series, Harem Sister and Fire of Isis, as well as a collection of short stories, Body of Work. She has been featured in Shaman’s Drum Magazine, Indie Shaman Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Traveler’s Tales. She lives in San Francisco, CA and Westport, MA.
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