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The Island of “O” (eBook)

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At age 25, the once Princeton University wonder boy, James O. Woodward was a successful stockbroker. He was a very wealthy, extremely handsome, well-dressed, and sought after bachelor in New York City. James, who was raised by his archeology professor aunt and uncle, had everything he dreamed of, with one exception: a life partner whom he could trust and love unconditionally. Maggie I. Richardson, a self-confessed plain-looking legal assistant was working in a New York law firm where she was a subject of bullying by three of her attractive female colleagues for being a loner from Wisconsin. By chance, James and Maggie met in a bar where her colleagues took her for their amusement. James and Maggie made a slow, but successful progress in their relationship when they discovered a common interest: the love of ancient Egyptian history. James discovers that Maggie had a brother by the name of Seth; however, she refused to talk further about him when James inquired about her family. Unexpected events, one after another, took James and Maggie to Cairo, Egypt, where they encounter strange events on the Island of Agilika, events that could change the path of their lives forever. But first, they must survive the mysterious Island of “O,” as Osiris, an island that is nowhere to be find on any maps.

At age 25, the once Princeton University wonder boy, James O. Woodward was a successful stockbroker. He was a very wealthy, extremely handsome, well-dressed, and sought after bachelor in New York City. James, who was raised by his archeology professor aunt and uncle, had everything he dreamed of, with one exception: a life partner whom he could trust and love unconditionally. Maggie I. Richardson, a self-confessed plain-looking legal assistant was working in a New York law firm where she was a subject of bullying by three of her attractive female colleagues for being a loner from Wisconsin. By chance, James and Maggie met in a bar where her colleagues took her for their amusement. James and Maggie made a slow, but successful progress in their relationship when they discovered a common interest: the love of ancient Egyptian history. James discovers that Maggie had a brother by the name of Seth; however, she refused to talk further about him when James inquired about her family. Unexpected events, one after another, took James and Maggie to Cairo, Egypt, where they encounter strange events on the Island of Agilika, events that could change the path of their lives forever. But first, they must survive the mysterious Island of “O,” as Osiris, an island that is nowhere to be find on any maps.


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