What’s Next

Upcoming Release:

FINAL_A Waltz With Traitors COVERA Waltz with Traitors is scheduled for a March 2023 release. This novel digs into the history of the Czechoslovak Legion, World War One, and the Russian Civil War. A Waltz with Traitors will be available in print, ebook, and audiobook.

Recent Releases:

Before the Fortress Falls_Final CoverBefore the Fortress Falls, (April 2022) a historical fiction novel, follows a group of siblings and friends who navigate the 1683 siege of Vienna as a musketeer, counterminer, nurse, and diplomat. Available in print, ebook, and audiobook.

Of Sword and Shadow webOf Sword and Shadow, (February 2021) a novel of adventure and romance set in the 14th century, is now available in print, ebook, and audiobook.

heirs-of-falcon-point-webHeirs of Falcon Point, (October 2021) a multi-generational novel of suspense, is a joint project I wrote with Traci Hunter Abramson, Paige Edwards, and Sian Ann Bessey. Available in print, ebook, and audiobook.

Of Daggers and Deception WEBOf Daggers and Deception, (December 2021) is my second novel set in the fourteenth century Duchy of Athens. It includes characters from Of Sword and Shadow, but both novels can be read independently of each other. Available in print, ebook, and audiobook.

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Last updated September 2022.

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22 Comments

    1. Hi Madisyn! The title actually wasn’t my idea. The publisher picked it. But yes, the book is about espionage, so the title fits and should make the right people pick the book up to read the back cover.

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  1. Hello I am an eighth grader in Peoria Arizona, and I wanted to tell you that I loved your book. I thought the whole plot was thrilling and suspenseful, while having the gospel incorporated as well. Keep it up, and thanks for writing the series!

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    1. Timothy, thank you so much for reading my book and taking the time to leave a comment! I was about your age (in jr. high) when I really starting liking WWII spy stories.

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    1. Thanks, belsbror! Tips for an aspiring writer could be a blog post–so I think I’ll write one (in the next few weeks). Thank you for giving me a good topic to blog about!

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    1. I’m not sure yet. Best case scenario is the first half of 2014, but it depends on what the sales numbers are like for Sworn Enemy. I should know more in September or October. Thank you for asking–I’m glad to know there are people interested in reading more about these characters!

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  2. Thoroughly enjoyed both books–I’m a big fan of WWII history books, spy/mysteries; and combination is great.

    Thanx for the careful research 🙂 (I’m an old history teacher)

    Merilyn

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    1. Thank you! Jason Tatum does a good job with all those different accents, doesn’t he? I feel so lucky that my publisher gets him to record my books. If I had to pick a favorite from the three audio books I have out now, I’d probably pick Sworn Enemy. I love the Eastern European voices (and the French, German, Irish, and English).

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  3. I just had hip replacement surgery and am on my fifth of your five books (Spider). Started during pre-surgery anxiety. I am a WWII buff and have loved them all. Thanks for keeping me sane!

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  4. I just read The Rules in Rome, and I am hooked!!! Absolutely loved it; it was the first book of yours I had ever read. I have to admit I was a bit shattered when a certain person was killed, but later understood why you put that in there based on the actual atrocities of the Nazis in that area (and many other areas, as I read a lot of WWII and holocaust books). Can’t wait to read more of your previous releases. In fact, I have already downloaded an e book for my flight home this week! Thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Karen! It means so much to me to hear from readers. I’m glad you enjoyed The Rules in Rome and that you have another of my books waiting to be read!

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed Spider, Maddie! Thanks for your comment. At this time, I don’t have any new books planned with those characters, but there’s a connection between The Spider and the Sparrow and my WWII Espionage Trilogy (Espionage, Sworn Enemy, and Deadly Alliance). I’m hoping to start another WWI book soon, but it’s set in a different part of the war, so it won’t involve Warren, Julian, or Evette.

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