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The Hawk of Egypt

Joan Conquest

Book Overview: 

A tragic love triangle between a beautiful English girl, an English gentleman, and a half-English, half-Egyptian plays out among the ruins and under the desert stars of 1920s era Egypt. The saga ends, as all love triangles must, in tragedy upon the desert sands.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .he is as thou sayest, besotted with love of this white girl, then will I use the man of barbarous name as a tool to bring about that which I desire. Know'st thou the eunuch?"

"Mistress, he is my twin-brother."

"Twin of thee! Behold, did not thy mother die of fright, at sight of such monstrosities?"

"Nay, mistress, there are six sons younger than thy slave, each one of which could break thee in one hand."

Zulannah sprang to her feet and, seizing a short whip from a table, smote the man again and again until his face ran blood.

"Thou vile brute, darest thou so to speak! Behold, this is but a foretaste of what will befall thy black carcase before the hour is spent."

"Call thy slaves, mistress; split my tongue; whip the soles from off my feet, the flesh from my body, even to the bones, and thou shalt never meet my twin-brother, who even now p. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Yup, I read it. In about 20 minutes. And over the course of a weekend I read several other in this genre: Desert Love, Bandit Love, Harem Love, A Son of the Sahara, Zarah the Cruel, and The Camel in the Rye. Why? I'm curious about the history of the romance novel. There, I said it. I ain' proud. I'm

A sad, sad book.