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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 The Sudan Curse
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'The Sudanese say that they can find out how a story ends, but will never know where it began...An explosion in Cairo propels professional aid worker, Jorja Himmermann, into a whirlwind of suspense when she shockingly discovers a mysterious ancient Egyptian ring in her purse. Who put it there? Is the person coming back for it? Is the ring a fortunate omen that will lead to true love, or is it cursed? Follow Jorja into remote and isolated regions of Sudan on her next assignment where her colleague, a Sudanese Lost Boy returning to his country after twenty years of exile, believes he is cursed. Is he the only one? Perhaps Jorja is too -- as she battles disasters, disease and death.
The Sudan Curse is an electrifying action-packed drama. It brings Sudan's and Jorja's hardships to vivid life providing an expose of idealism, inequality, conflict, despair, and the delusion of love amid the ruggedness of a country emerging from civil war.' (Publisher's blurb)

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