“Missing in Egypt” will appeal to you if you enjoy reading about romance and travel. Comprising some 50,000 words, it is a well-written, easy and entertaining read.
Set in Sydney, Cairo and Luxor “Missing in Egypt” tells the story of Anna Davies who is employed as Personal Assistant to an Australian Federal MP in the late 1980’s/early 1990’s. Anna is approached by a constituent of Egyptian descent to assist him in finding his brother, Ramy, who is missing in Egypt.
Follow Anna as she travels to Egypt with Kareem to help him in his search. The storyline includes vivid descriptions of several Egyptian antiquities such as Abu Simbel, the Temple of Karnak, The Valley of the Kings and the Pyramids.
Section I describes Anna’s life working for an MP, how she meets and becomes involved with Kareem and their search for his brother. Section II is related by Ramy who describes how he falls in love with the captivating Yasmeen, their capture and how they are forced to become tomb robbers. Section III, again told by Anna, tells of her romance and adventures in Egypt, the unexpected turn of events, her grief and betrayal.
Missing in Egypt is set in Australia and Egypt. Anna Davies, employed by an Australian Federal MP, is approached by a constituent to help him find his brother who is missing in Egypt. Anna falls in love with Karim and travels to Egypt to help him in his search.
The storyline includes vivid descriptions of Egyptian sites and temples.
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Personal Bio – Rita Lee Chapman
Rita Lee Chapman was born in the UK and migrated to Australia in her early twenties. It was only when she retired to the Sunshine Coast in Queensland that she wrote her first novel “Missing in Egypt”.
“This fulfils a lifelong ambition for me. In primary school I wrote long stories but since then my writing had been restricted to business correspondence, press releases and letters home to my family! Having read repeatedly that you should write about things of which you have personal knowledge, I drew on my own time in Canberra working for a Federal MP and my travels to Egypt for this story.”