A woman finds an ancient Egyptian ring in her purse and wonders who put it there and if they will come back to get it later.
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 is exposed to 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.
About the Author
Martina Nicolls writes from her own experiences as an independent aid worker who travels overseas to developing countries in crisis. She advises and evaluates programs on education, peace-building, democracy, community development, and child labor for the American government and the European Commission. She currently lives in Canberra, Australia.