With their forty-eighth novel, titled People of the Longhouse, Kathleen and Michael Gear introduce the new “Iroquois series,” following New York Times bestselling People of the Thunder, of which Booklist said the “bestselling authors continue their superbly researched and rendered North America’s Forgotten Past series.” Morning River was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, and the National Book Award. Michael and Kathleen are currently writing another prehistory novel set at Moundville, Alabama in the 1300s.
By Aaron Brown
In 1979, a scientific study tested whether psychics could actually “remote-view” the location of Cleopatra’s lost palace. Amazingly, they succeeded.
Inspired by this incredible true story, David Sakmyster created The Morpheus Initiative, an exciting new team of psychic archaeologists who seek out the world’s most enduring historical mysteries and mystical artifacts. The first book in a new series, The Pharos Objective, has the team pursuing the fabled treasure of Alexander the Great beneath the ruins of the Pharos Lighthouse, while contending with diabolical traps and an ancient society called “The Keepers”.
In Michael Jecks’s The Oath, it’s 1306, and King Edward II is forced to flee London when his own wife lands with an army to oust him. He must run to Wales to escape her clutches, but as he goes, his kingdom falls apart, riven by fear of civil war. And when a squire is found murdered, his shocking story gradually comes to light. It is a dangerous time for Sir Baldwin de Furnshill to try to seek the murderer, and he must tread a dangerous path between King and Queen to uncover the killer.