Brothers Of The Sword/Children Of Time By Michael Reisig

BrothersBig As the prequel to Michael Reisig’s best-selling novel “The New Madrid Run,” Brothers of the Sword/Children of Time” is a swashbuckling adventure tale that encompasses two complete novels spanning 300 years—bound together by a lost Spanish treasure and the eternal journey of spirit and soul. A captivating tale of the past and the present—of romance, rescue, and revenge. Brothers of the Sword: 1668—Englishman Trevor Holte sails for Barbados and the West Indies in search of adventure, but the challenges he encounters are beyond his wildest dreams—the brutal Spanish, a hidden treasure, a buccaneer king, and the beautiful Anne Catherine. However, some treasures outlive the men who bury them. . . Children of Time: 1980—Three adventurers set out from Key West in search of a lost treasure on the Isle of Tortue, off the coast of Haiti. Equipped with an ancient parchment and a handful of clues, they embark on a journey that carries them back across time, and they uncover far more than a treasure—they discover the power of friendship and faith, and come to realize that, some things are forever . . .

Link to the Ebook: www.amazon.com/Brothers-Sword-Children-Michael-Reisig-ebook/dp/B0054S8YGK

Author Bio: Michael Reisig has been writing professionally for almost two decades. He is a former newspaper editor and publisher, an award-winning columnist, and a best-selling novelist. He is the author of ten novels. His works have been optioned for motion pictures, sold to overseas publishers, and produced for e-book and audio book format. Visit his website at michael-reisig.com for more information on his latest best-sellers.

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