Winter’s Thief – Free eBook on Amazon

Happy to announce Winter’s Thief eBook is free on Amazon from December 2nd through December 6th.

It’s a great time to check out an engaging story with reviews like Wow – Just Wow, Bravo, I loved it and so on.

Click the book cover to download your copy of the eBook.

Winter's Thief

Oscar, trusted knight of the king, is about to be exposed.

 

Despite abduction, assassination plots, and jealousy, the princess and her true identity has been kept a secret. The king’s most distrusted enemy, Archbishop Thomas, has been kept in the dark.

 

Until now…

 

And time is running out. The Archbishop has collected every resource he needs to execute his plot, the invaders from the north are raiding deeper into the country, and the king’s recent health has become a concern.

 

The truth of the princess becomes even clearer when Kendrick, Oscar’s son, meets the princess. Can Althea’s and Kendrick’s relationship endure the challenges that threaten them? Will the princess survive long enough to become queen?

 

And what of Oscar, trusted knight of the king?

 

Will the truth, finally and completely, end his own life as well as the life of his only son?

Other Andean White Books Announcements

Watch for author interview announcements over the next four weeks.

Saraton Summer, book two of the Winter’s Thief series, is partially complete. It’s full of action, character challenges, and just pure fun.

We hope to see you at Salt Lake City FanX this January. The event is so popular, the event management is reviewing applications to see who receives exhibit space. Hopefully, they pick Andean White Books.

 


 

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– Author of Heroic Fantasy

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As a young boy at family gatherings, I recall listening to the men after a meal. The opinions around the subjects of politics, car brands, hippies, and rock n roll filled the room with energy like aromatic smoke from a pipe. But, when the story telling began everyone found a seat or patch of floor. We sat for hours absorbing the stories, fact or fiction, that shaped who we became and it strengthened our imaginations. Fifty years later I know that a world without imagination would be pretty boring.

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