The second Jeanne-Marie DeNord Suspense Novel
Jeanne thought she was traveling to Egypt to re-translate the hieroglyphs in the tomb of Seti I, circa 1300 BC, but climate change rains out those plans. Instead she finds herself in the middle of an earthquake disaster zone, re-enacting a modern-day version of the Exodus plagues. But this time the tenth plague won't just take just the firstborn child. This time around it threatens to become a world wide pandemic of devastating proportions. The only possible salvation seems to lie in the scrolls found in a newly discovered tomb, a tomb with a deadly curse on it. Now Jeanne is in a race to find the answer before the plague kills her, and everyone around her.
This is the second Jeanne-Marie DeNord suspense / mystery novel. Each book is written as a stand-alone book and can be enjoyed independent of earlier books. However, reading the earlier books provides a more fulfilling experience as background events appear in more detail.