By Brigitte Riebe
A powerful lady, a devoted cat, a goddess in need of revenge Bubastis, sixth century B.C. Storyteller Mina has been changing into increasingly more withdrawn because the loss of life of her husband, till one evening a bit cat saves her lifestyles. She calls it Bastet, after the amazing cat goddess of fertility and love, and to any extent further Bastet involves see her each evening. With Bastet's visits, Mina's lifestyles miraculously turns out to alter: The Persian Numi, as soon as an enemy of the relatives, turns into a chum. Then Bastet disappears, and along with her the entire cats within the city. Mina won't think what the rumours say, that the goddess Bastet is tough a merciless sacrifice. Mina courageously units off to seem for her tom cat pal – a seek that includes unheard-of risks. Press “Anyone who wolfed Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth will love Brigitte Riebe’s novels.” Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung writer Brigitte Riebe holds a doctorate in background and spent a long time operating as a publisher’s editor. Her such a lot winning works thus far are her ancient novels Palace of the Blue Dolphins [Palast der blauen Delphine], highway of the celebrities [Straße der Sterne], and The Seven Moons of Jacobus [Die sieben Monde des Jakobus]. Her latest novel via Diana is Love is a costume of fireside [Liebe ist ein Kleid aus Feuer].