A New Adventure
To be published on September 30th
and available for pre-order now at Amazon
The 18th Century and the Regency Period that followed at the beginning of the 19th Century were times of massive change for Britain, Europe and beyond and is often called the Age of Enlightenment. The War of American Independence, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution and a move toward emancipation were just some of the changes that would shape our world right up to today.
It was into that period that Adam Blake was born in 1753. The illegitimate son of Sir Francis Dashwood and Annie Blake, an orphan from the Foundlings Hospital in London. Adam is brought up by the Monks and their Ladies at the infamous Hellfire Club of Medmenham Priory, where he is trained by a master swordsman and tutored by a brilliant academic.
His exploits are full of adventures, disasters and romantic encounters, usually because of his eye for a pretty woman that leads him to become a spy for England, an accidental hero, the confidant of a King and the lover of too many women to mention.
Enter into a world of intrigue, political turmoil and suspenseful secrets with Adam Blake as he uses his fighting skills, intellect, wit, sexuality and on some occasions the raw ability to run in order to stay alive.
The author's story behind The Last Librarian
Most historians believe that the Great Library of Alexandria, created by the Ptolemaic Pharaohs, was lost or destroyed. But what if that were not the case.
Amanishakete a Nubian Princess and member of the secret ‘Guardians of Knowledge’ accepts the quest to gain eternal life and then, with her lifelong friend Sabine, they overcome threats and mortal danger to protect the Great Library to the present day.
Travel with Amanishakete and Sabine across the centuries as they use their warrior skills and mystical powers, aided by friends from across the veils of dimensions, to combat those who would destroy or steal the secrets of the Great Library. Share their loves, passions, despair, pain and victories.
Three hundred and five years before the birth of Christ, Ptolemy, a lifelong friend and favoured general of Alexander the Great who’d died in 323 BC, declared himself Pharaoh of Egypt and the founder of the Ptolemaic dynasty that was to last nearly three hundred years.
He founded the Great Alexandrian Library that was destined to become the known worlds largest collection of scholarly and scientific works, a centre of learning, academic and scientific study and a destination for the greatest minds of the day.
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