1066: What Fates Impose by G.K. Holloway

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1066: What Fates Impose

by G.K. Holloway.

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England is in crisis. King Edward has no heir and promises never to produce one. There are no obvious successors available to replace him, but quite a few claimants are eager to take the crown. While power struggles break out between the various factions at court, enemies abroad plot to make England their own. There are raids across the borders with Wales and Scotland.

Harold Godwinson, Earl of Wessex, is seen by many as the one man who can bring stability to the kingdom. He has powerful friends and two women who love him, but he has enemies will stop at nothing to gain power. As 1066 begins, England heads for an uncertain future. It seems even the heavens are against Harold.

Intelligent and courageous, can Harold forge his own destiny – or does he have to bow to what fates impose?




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author glynn holloway picture‘I thoroughly enjoyed what Fates Impose and consider it an exceptionally memorable novel. If you know the history, you will enjoy the drama and scene setting but if you don’t, you will enjoy it even more.’ Carol McGrath – author of The Daughters of Hastings Trilogy.
‘An extremely promising debut – highly recommended.’ Historical Novel Society

In January 1045, many people in England think their prayers have been answered. Their king, Edward the Confessor, has just married Edith, daughter of Earl Godwin. Surely, an heir to the throne will soon be produced and England can look forward to a strong and stable future. King Edward has other ideas.
Refusing to produce a successor, Edward provokes a succession crisis. Who will rule England after his demise? This is a question asked not just in England but by rival claimants abroad. As 1066 dawns, the list of adversaries to Harold, the new King of England, grows long. Years marked by assassinations, court intrigues, family feuds papal plots and political maneuverings, come to a head. The issues can only be resolved on the battlefield.

(G.K. Holloway, December 2017)

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Going Gone! By Anita Dickason

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Going Gone!

A Trackers Novel

by Anita Dickason.

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An intricate scheme to abduct the children of the most powerful politicians on Capitol Hill gets disrupted when Kerry Branson, ex-homicide detective turned private investigator, inadvertently rescues one of the victims on a fog-laden backroad in the Piney Woods of East Texas.

When Kerry discovers the six-year-old boy is the son of a U.S. Senator kidnapped from his Austin home, her call to the FBI is just the beginning of her problems. Pursued by a ruthless band of mercenaries who seem to know her every move, Kerry is forced into an uneasy alliance with the agent assigned to the case, FBI Tracker Ryan Barr.

As the abductions continue, their search for the children will pit Kerry and Ryan against a formidable adversary who uses his wealth and political power to cloak a psychopathic obsession. His manipulation extends deep into the government even to the Office of the President.

A horrific plan slowly emerges—one that has drug cartels and terrorist groups lined up to cash in.




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Author Anita Dickason pictureHoarding information between law enforcement agencies is nothing new. I decided to put a different spin on the failure to communicate in Going Gone! Children of high-ranking politicians on Capitol Hill have been kidnapped. The intricate scheme behind the kidnappings extends to the White House. The characters are forced to keep the details of the investigation secret. Not knowing who they can trust becomes a delicate balancing act for the Trackers. If they slip, it could mean the death of the children.

(Anita Dickason, December 2017)

 

 

 

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Sentinels of the Night

A Trackers Novel

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FBI Tracker Cat Morgan has an unusual talent, one she has successfully concealed, even from her fellow agents. That is—until she finds a body with a strange symbol carved on the forehead during a stop in Clinton, Mississippi and crosses paths with the town’s rugged police chief, Kevin Hunter.

Despite his instant attraction to the sexy agent, Kevin is suspicious of her presence at the crime scene and isn’t buying her dubious explanations. He wants her out of the investigation and out of his town.

The discovery of another mutilated body with the same symbol sends Cat back to Clinton, and this time she isn’t leaving. To stop the killer, Cat must find a way to overcome Kevin’s distrust and will face an impossible impasse—truth or lies.

But will either one matter, when the killer fixates on her for his next sacrifice?




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Author Anita Dickason pictureSentinels of the Night is the debut novel for a new FBI team, Code Name—Trackers. Considered the elite of the elite, each agent has a different ability, a secret that defies logic and reason.

The plot is based on an incident with a serial killer from my law enforcement career. He was convicted on multiple counts of murder, but was a suspect in several others, though it couldn’t be proved. I have never forgotten the dead look in his eyes. It was if nothing was alive, no feeling or emotion. That memory became the basis for the character of the serial killer.

The paranormal ability is drawn from a Native American myth. I came across a woman, Alice C Fletcher (1838-1923). She was an American ethnologist, anthropologist, and social scientist who studied and documented American Indian culture. This was a woman who was ahead of her time in a man’s world. She lived with the Indians and translated the chants used in their ceremonies as well as their stories, and then wrote a book about it. That is where I found my paranormal element.

(Anita Dickason, December 2017)

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