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  Divided by loyalty to the King of England and the idea of democracy, the Van Buskirk family struggles from the Boston Tea Party to the Battle of Yorktown to preserve a way of life or forge a new nation.

This 800 page novel includes descriptions of major battles, transcriptions of letters from George Washington, John Adams, Benedict Arnold and many other prominent figures of the American Revolution as well as important documents such as the Declaration of Independence and articles by Thomas Paine.

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  The Van Buskirk family saga continues with the exploration of the Louisiana Territory and the War of 1812.

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  The Van Buskirk family becomes embroiled in the Texas Revolution and the Mexican War when Thomas resigns his commission and purchases a land grant from Stephen F. Austin.

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Johnny Comes Marching Home
A Trilogy
  The American Civil War divides the Van Buskirk family between North and South and creates the Lincoln family.

Johnny Comes Marching Home is the sequel to Home of the Brave. The story begins as the veterans of Mexican War are going home and continues through the American Civil War. 

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Antebellum
  The American Army officers that served together in the Mexican War must now take sides in the growing issue of secession. Beginning immediately after "Home of the Brave", "Antebellum" follows the lives of the Van Buskirk family as they interweave with those of Abraham Lincoln, Winfield Scott, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, William Tecumseh Sherman and John Buford.

This is a continuation of the Gone For Soldiers series and the first book in a Civil War trilogy called Johnny Comes Marching Home.

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The Way of All Soldiers
  Book two in the Johnny Comes Marching Home trilogy covers the period from the first Battle of Bull Run (Manassas) to the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Freedom
Book three of the Johnny Comes Marching Home trilogy begins as Robert E. Lee's battered Army of Northern Virginia withdraws from the Gettysburg battlefield and ends during Restoration.

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The Angel of 1776
A Novella

In 1776, between Christmas and New Year’s Day, the continually retreating, seemingly defeated Continental Army of the fledgling United States of America went on the attack and changed the course of history.

Was the army’s sudden reversal of fortune purely a product of General George Washington’s brilliance, or did Washington get some divine assistance?

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In this prequel to The Treasure of La Malinche, Colonel R.A. (Link) Lincoln is selected for the U.S. Army's new, elite Special Forces Delta, anti-terrorist unit and completes the rigorous training. Follow Link's career from the disastrous Operation Eagle Claw, in Iran to the Battle of Tora Bora.

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The Treasure of La Malinche
Volume 1 and Volume 2

The ordinary life of college professor Margaret de Vega is forever changed when she discovers the six hundred year old memoirs of La Malinche containing the secret to finding the lost treasure of Montezuma. Volume 2 sets up an alternate future for The Revenge of La Malinche.

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The 5th Century revisited through 21st Century eyes. - The legend of King Arthur comes alive in two illustrated books.
   
King Arthur: Guinevere and Arthur


The first book, King Arthur: Guinevere and Arthur begins with the rape by deception of Igraine, Arthur’s mother, and carries us on a rough and tumble adventure to the deception of Arthur himself by his adulterous wife, Guinevere.

This illustrated novel is written for grownups, not for children. The content deals with murder, incest, rape and war.


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King Arthur: Camelot


 
The second book, King Arthur: Camelot, begins with Arthur’s conquest of Rome, and carries us on Lancelot's quest to overcome his obsession with Arthur's adulterous wife, Guinevere.

This illustrated novel is written for grownups, not for children. The content deals with murder, incest, rape and war.

 
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The last of the King Arthur Trilogy - The Awakening of Arthur

     King Arthur Pendragon awoke very suddenly. His last memory was of unbearable agony wracking his guts and the terrifying reality of his death.

     A glowing human hand penetrated the stone to cast a faint light upon the cramped interior of Arthur's coffin. "Take my hand, Arthur."

    "Merlin?" Arthur asked, although he could never mistake that voice for another. "You are dead."

    "As are you. Take my hand and all will be explained."

   "No. Explain first."

   "I took you from the battlefield and brought you to Avalon to rest until a time that Britain needed you again," Merlin replied patiently. "This is that time."

   "What is the year?"

   "One thousand, nine hundred, thirty-nine."

    "What? I have been dead for fifteen hundred years, Merlin. I won't know anything useful to England now."

    "You are the once and future king of England and the soul of the British Empire. You think every thought and hear every word of every person who has a single drop of English blood in their veins. You know everything that the British people know. Everything."

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