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The Whispers of Atlantis Anthology

Journey to the turbulent worlds of pharaohs and kings in this 5-book anthology that blends fact and fiction. Lost cities, buried armies, resolute warriors, and righteous revenge—it’s all there!

Whispers of Atlantis #1 of 5 449 pg.e-book, paperback

Some secrets are best left buried.

323 B.C., Babylon

King Alexander the Great has died and blood-thirsty generals plot for the pieces of a vast empire. But captain Deon has other worries— a vicious lender will sell his family to slavery if he does not clear his debt. Desperate, Deon accepts a mission from Alexander’s wily secretary in return for a generous reward.

But nothing is as it seems in the murky waters of succession. He must now embark on a dangerous journey that can alter the balance of powers fighting for Alexander’s throne and earn his family’s freedom, or refuse and let them die in the mines.

Assisted by a companion as skilled in languages as she is with a dagger, and pursued by forces that will stop at nothing, Deon must cross violent lands to find an astonishing mystery hidden for a thousand years. And the more he learns, the more he realizes that his actions will decide the life and death of not only his loved ones but also that of millions of innocents.

Whispers of Atlantis #2 of 5 427 pg.e-book, paperback

A thrilling epic of Egypt and Atlantis, with an end you’ll never see coming!

~1550 B.C., Kingdoms of Egypt and Atalanni.

When the earth trembles and lava erupts from temple floors in the Atalanni capital, the powerful Oracle announces that the gods are displeased. The empire must expand its dominion, she says, or the Atalanni will face their wrath.

Sent away to fight a formidable young Pharaoh, General Teber will soon learn that nothing is as it seems as duty conflicts with morality, treachery hides behind a veil of piety, and hubris confronts cold reality.

And when the fires finally die, a stunning secret will be exposed and one great Kingdom will remain.

Whispers of Atlantis #3 of 5 343 pg.e-book, paperback

This book can be read as a standalone.

4.5/5 on Goodreads and Amazon

A story of the Lost Army of Cambyses.

524 B.C., Thebes, Egypt.

King of Kings, Shahanshah Cambyses, is livid. The insolent and influential priests of Ammon have refused to recognize the Persian emperor as Pharaoh. Now, a detachment of fifty-thousand men is on the march to the distant town to burn the revered temple of the Oracle and enslave its people.

As the vast column marches in the desolate landscape, leaders plot for greater things: glory and governorship, title of Pharaoh, riches, and influence.

But one man seeks something else.

Revenge.

And soon, some are about to learn that the swirling sand of the desert is not the only thing in their path to plunder and glory.

Whispers of Atlantis #4 of 5 359 pg.e-book, paperback

4.7/5 on Goodreads and Amazon

What hides in men’s hearts may be as dark as what lies beneath cursed sands.

320 B.C., EGYPT

Ptolemy, Egypt’s new satrap, is a worried man. A rebel threatens his rule, the Great River has failed to inundate, priests demand ever more coin in return for appeasing the gods, and the many warring generals in Europe and Asia cast their baleful eyes on his land.

When he receives stunning news of an army under the Great Sand Sea and might solve his desperate need for money to build and supply his own, Ptolemy thanks the many gods that have blessed him with the satrapy. But there is one problem—finding it in the vast expanse of a hostile desert requires him to seek someone he once tried to have murdered.

Now Deon, a former captain in Alexander’s army, and Eurydice, a noble’s polyglot daughter, are back on this tantalizing mission. And they are about to uncover something far more sinister than what they have been asked to find, because when kingdoms are at stake, loyalty, friendship, and family might mean nothing.

Whispers of Atlantis #5 of 5 374 pg.e-book, paperback

This book can be read as a standalone.

Journey to ancient Ur of the great Sumerians in this suspense-thriller.

Ur, 2005 B.C.

Royal scribe Nemur is returning home after a failed mission to the governor of a neighboring city. He is looking forward to seeing his pregnant wife and resting for a few days before the king sends him on a new arduous task of seeking support for a kingdom under threat.

But the house is empty. His wife is missing.

What begins as a desperate search for answers is about to plunge Nemur into a diabolical conspiracy, and the man who has spent his years with reed pens and clay tablets must now confront terrifying forces to not only secure justice for his wife but also to save his own life and the entire kingdom.

Whispers of Atlantis Boxset 1177 pg.e-book only

BOOKS I, II, and III FOR JUST $/£ 9.99! (45% DISCOUNT)

~4.75/5 on Goodreads!

Enjoy three full-length exciting novels packed with intrigue, conflict, and adventure.

Books in this Set

  1. The Atlantis Papyrus

  2. The Wrath of God

  3. The Curse of Ammon

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The Last Pharaoh Series on Cleopatra

She came to power at 17 and ruled for 22 years, and yet her remarkable story has been reduced to that of a seductress. Plunge into a world of intrigue, diabolical plots, and world-sized ambitions in this thrilling series on the rise and reign of the famous Cleopatra, the last pharaoh and queen of Egypt.

The Last Pharaoh #1 of 3 360 pg.e-book, paperback

51 B.C., Alexandria, Egypt

Some wells have poisoned waters.

With her father sick and her sister dead by his hands, sixteen-year-old Cleopatra is poised to assume the heavy mantle of power and exercise the divine authority vested in her by the gods of Egypt.

But the gilded arches and marble columns hide a grim reality and the gathering of storm clouds. A surly Rome is banging on her doors for debt repayments, the kingdom is on the verge of a civil war, and the dying king’s powerful advisors seek to discard her like a rag and control the kingdom through her brother.

Now, the young regent must confront her adversaries and walk the tightrope over an abyss of treachery and conflict, because one wrong move means ending three thousand years of Pharaonic rule and turning up as a corpse in the Alexandrian marshes.

The Last Pharaoh #2 of 3 340 pg.e-book, paperback

47 B.C., Alexandria, Egypt

Rest is not for rulers.

Finally crowned as the undisputed Queen of Egypt with the help of Gaius Julius Caesar, twenty-two-year-old Cleopatra hopes to recover from the harrowing experiences of the last few years and the just concluded bloody Alexandrian war.

But rest is not for rulers.

A diabolical conspiracy, orchestrated by shadowy figures in her government, looks to dethrone her by bringing her presumed dead brother to life. A colorful Idumean Jew named Herod clings on to the land she wants. And a powerful Roman named Marcus Antonius has summoned her to answer charges regarding her allegiance.

Now, the young mother is about to discover that ascending to the throne is only a step into the dark worlds of imperial politics, personal desires, and unrelenting enemies.

The Last Pharaoh #3 of 3 270 pg.e-book, paperback

4.7/5 on Goodreads and Amazon

31 B.C., Actium, Greece

War is here.

Caesar Octavianus has declared war on Antony and Cleopatra.

The gilded arches and silk cushions of the Alexandrian palaces are a world away from Actium, where mosquito-infested, disease-ridden camps are the way of life.

Resented by Roman generals, abandoned by allies, and facing hostile forces, Cleopatra must now do what she can to preserve her life, her kingdom, and the future of her children.

The saga of Cleopatra concludes in this exciting final book of the trilogy.

The Last Pharaoh Novella 144 pg.e-book, paperback

A fast-paced novella prequel to the Last Pharaoh trilogy covering the tumultuous younger years of Cleopatra.

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58 B.C., Alexandria, Egypt

Furious with the king’s extortionate attempts to repay his debts to Rome, the irate citizens have chased king Ptolemy from Alexandria and crowned his eldest daughter Berenice and wife Cleopatra Tryphaena as queens of Egypt.

Now, the king, with his young daughter Cleopatra, is in Rome, where he plots to return to Egypt and regain his throne. While he maneuvers the muddy waters of Roman politics, his young daughter struggles with life in the smelly city, nothing like Alexandria with its grand palaces. When a nasty Roman man named Marcus Crassus asks her whether her sister Berenice would abdicate in favor of her father if he returns, Cleopatra answers him like a twelve-year-old diplomat.

But Berenice has other plans, and when the prize is the throne of Egypt, blood relations that mattered less now matter nothing at all.

Suggested for reading after the trilogy, this short prequel to the Last Pharaoh trilogy takes you on a fast-paced journey to the turbulent few years of Cleopatra’s childhood.

The Last Pharaoh BoxSet 1120 pg.e-book only

Want to binge read? Get the complete collection that includes the trilogy and the prequel, all in one beautiful e-book bundle great for curling up and immersing yourself in Cleopatra’s world.

  1. Regent

  2. Queen

  3. Empress

  4. A Dangerous Daughter

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The Spartacus Rebellion Trilogy

Experience the incredible saga of Spartacus the Thracian, a soldier turned slave, gladiator, and general, in his quest for honor and freedom. From his early days to the final showdown with Marcus Crassus in the Third Servile War, walk with him on his epic journey of hope and vengeance that combines well-researched history with a gritty page-turning story.

The Spartacus Rebellion #1 of 3 340 pg.e-book, paperback

For Honor. For Vengeance. Or For Rome?

Thrace, 83 B.C.

Spartacus, son of a Maedi chief, is about to lead a band of his men into the heart of an enemy tribe to steal the idol of their sacred god Sabazios. He hopes that this daring incursion will make him worthy in his father’s eyes and the tribe that sees him more a philosopher than a warrior.

When this desecration brings savage retribution to his doorsteps, Spartacus does what no Maedi man would dream of doing, bringing dishonor to himself and his tribe. And now, the only way to douse the flames of shame and rage is by joining a Roman auxiliary that is preparing to destroy his enemy.

But the offended gods have different plans.

Fighting under a corrupt centurion, saddled with quarreling companions, and on a brutal march to wage war for a brilliant general with grand ambitions, Spartacus will learn what it means to be a skilled soldier, a warrior, and above all, a leader, even as he battles powerful forces that are about to put him on a bloody path to his fateful destiny.

The Spartacus Rebellion #2 of 3 348 pg.e-book, paperback

4.8/5 on Goodreads and Amazon

What glory is there in dying for someone’s amusement?

Capua, 75-73 B.C.

Captured and sold off as a slave, Spartacus is now at Lentulus Vatia’s training school in Capua, preparing for a gladiator’s harsh and brutal life. The trainers tell him of glory in combat and the chance to earn freedom. They speak of redemption through bravery and adulation through exemplary performance. The men live in perpetual hope built on a house of false promises.

But the winds of gladiatorial sports are shifting, and the signs are ominous. The people demand more, and the powers are only too glad to oblige. The games are now more than a tribute or a show—they are a means to power—and becoming the principal form of cruel and vicious entertainment. And in this relentless evolution, the fighters are just the living dead to be bled on the sands of the arena, and their corpses dragged away.

Even as he masters the sport and survives the bloody fights, Spartacus must find ways to convince his fellow men that there is no honor in dying for someone else’s amusement. But his actions are about to pit him against the twisted mind of a vicious master who plots to condemn Spartacus and his wife to a terrible end.

The Spartacus Rebellion #3 of 3 403 pg.e-book, paperback

The final book of the Spartacus trilogy.

4.75/5 on Goodreads and Amazon

One life of freedom is worth a thousand in fetters.

Italy, ~73-71 B.C.

The gladiatorial school of Vatia is in ruins, and the rebels now maraud the countryside as they plot the next move. Rome is livid at the news of slaves escaping but sees no reason to send its legions—after all, how long would these depraved animals survive, and what famed commander worth his name would take up the pursuit of lowly men?

But Gaius Claudius Glaber, a new praetor with a failed investment in Vatia’s school and a vested interest in capturing the slaves for a rich profit, is gathering mercenaries to destroy Spartacus’ rebel holdout on the great mountain Vesuvius.

What begins as an assault to quickly subdue inferior men with supposedly low military skill is about to turn into a nightmare for the Romans, and they will learn what it means to take on an army of the desperate, for whom death by the sword is preferable to servitude for life, led by a man who fears none and whose brilliance outshines Rome’s best. And when the dust settles and blood dries on the earth, history will be written, and the name of Spartacus will be etched on the granite of great stories.

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