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All the Men as Mad as He - Book 4
LONDON 1600. Though Queen Elizabeth has ordered the Earl of Essex's
release from confinement, she's thwarted his return to social and
military grace by barring him from court for an indefinite term.
Unsatisfied with this humiliation, the Queen considers whether to
cut off his sole remaining income, as well. Noah Ames strongly advises
against it on grounds that the Queen will thereby lose any remaining
influence over Essex's conduct and also place him in desperate financial
straits. When several seemingly unrelated men are found murdered, Noah
begins to suspect that such murders reveal Essex's treasonous intention
to return to court in bloody defiance of the Queen's order.
Available February 19
A Dragon in the Ashes - Book 3
LONDON 1600. When an attempt is made on Queen Elizabeth's life, Serjeant Noah Ames races to her rescue, then sets out
to identify the culprit among a band of foreigners who've newly arrived from the Continent to join with the seditious
Lord Essex. In the course of his investigation, Noah uncloaks an unmitigated rein of evil that has resulted in the
murders of kings, queens, and religious minorities ... and which now threatens Noah's life for reasons no one would
ever suspect. Will he pay the ultimate price for forgetting that the past is never past?
The Impress of Heaven - Book 2
"The Impress of Heaven is a well-researched and very engaging historical fiction piece. I absolutely loved the
setting and found every detail to be stunningly beautiful and accurate. Roberts did an excellent job of recreating
this gorgeous historical world with enough subterfuge and underlying darkness to keep me completely engaged. The
characters were very well-written and seemed realistic and authentic to their time period. I was immediately drawn
into this intriguing story and wanted to know more about these characters, their world, and the mysteries within
it. I didn't want to put this book down and was disappointed when the story was over because I enjoyed it so much."
— Reviewed By Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite
LONDON 1600. When the Earl of Essex is removed from command and placed under arrest for reaching a forbidden truce with the
Irish rebels, Serjeant Noah Ames reluctantly accepts a commission to investigate the earl's fitness for command, and the
two are pitted against each other once again. Meanwhile, Noah's beautiful daughter, Lady Jessica, has sought to remarry
into the nobility, but events have thus far frustrated her plans. One day, Noah attends a briefing where the Queen's new
commander displays maps of English military positions in Ireland. Noah's suspicions are aroused when he sees that one map
is missing a watermark appearing on all the others. When he informs his young barrister friend Jonathan of his concern,
he inadvertently sets in motion events that throw Jonathan and Lady Jessica together on a journey across England into
ever greater peril.
A Second Daniel - Book 1
"Wow! I just finished reading A Second Daniel, the first book of In The Den of the English Lion series by
debut author Neal Roberts, and all I can say is WOW! In this absolutely fantastic story, readers will meet
protagonist Noah Ames. An orphan from a distant land, Noah is given all sorts of advantages by the English
crown, and with no real explanation. He grows up to be an accomplished man, a barrister in fact, and with a
fierce loyalty to Queen Elizabeth. When he observes a botched robbery committed outside of the Rose theater
he soon realizes that what he actually witnessed was a plot against his beloved Queen. He develops a plan to
catch the sinister culprit, but realizes that in order to follow his plan to its fruition, he may have to
reveal things about himself that he's kept secret for a long time, things that could just get him killed.
Just who is Noah, and is his loyalty to Elizabeth worth his own life? You'll have to read the book to find out!
I loved this book. LOVED it. I am a huge fan of tales from the Tudor era, and I read anything I can get my
hands on set in this time period. A Second Daniel was truly head and shoulders above most that I've read.
The story grabbed me from the first page, and I simply could not put it down. Author Neal Roberts has done
an amazing job with scene setting, creating intriguing characters that his readers will absolutely care about,
and including details that will make the reader feel as if they have simply slipped into Elizabethan London,
simply another peasant on the street. Any reader who enjoys historical fiction, stories with a hefty dose of
intrigue and mystery, or simply an excellent work of fiction will love A Second Daniel. I highly recommend this
book, and I will be obsessively watching to see when author Neal Roberts releases the next installment of this
promising series. If it's anything like A Second Daniel, it will be masterly!"
— Reviewed By Tracy A. Fischer for Readers' Favorite
"In Neal Roberts' spectacular debut, a gripping tale of murder and conspiracy unfolds against
the lush tapestry of Elizabethan political intrigue. Roberts breathes vibrant life into 16th-century London,
populating it with an array of enthralling characters. A Second Daniel is a spellbinding historical mystery,
and Neal Roberts is an author to watch!"
— P.B. Ryan, USA Today bestselling author of Still Life with Murder
"With A Second Daniel, Neal Roberts captures Elizabethan London so skillfully, it's as if the reader has stepped
right into the story. Barrister Noah Ames is a compelling protagonist of intelligence and heart who conceals a
dangerous secret unknown even to his closest friends. A riveting debut historical mystery by an exciting new talent!"
— Pamela Burford, best-selling author of Undertaking Irene
London 1885. An orphan from a far-off land is renamed "Noah Ames," and given every advantage the English Crown can
London 1592. Now an experienced barrister, Noah witnesses what appears to be a botched robbery outside
the Rose Theater, a crime he soon suspects to be part of a plot against Queen Elizabeth herself. Steadfast in his
loyalty to the Queen, Noah must use every bit of his knowledge and skill to lure her most disloyal subject onto
the only battlefield where Noah has the advantage … a court of law — though in doing so he risks public exposure
of his darkest secret, a secret so shocking that its revelation could cost him everything: the love of the only
woman who can offer him happiness, his livelihood … even his life.
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