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Beyond the d’Arc: Novel 2 of 12 in the 3rd Book of Benjamin

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Should one change the past lives of historical people? Hardly. The problem is well understood to be a butterfly effect. However, can past historical personalities change lives in the present? Mickey and Loni Peronne need to find the answer to that question … immediately.

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Should one change the past lives of historical people? Hardly. The problem is well understood to be a butterfly effect. However, can past historical personalities change lives in the present? Mickey and Loni Peronne need to find the answer to that question … immediately.

Reeling in the aftermath of the Leaning Tower affair, Mickey and Loni stumble into something totally unexpected. They link into a bizarre time bridge six hundred years into France’s medieval past. For unknown reasons and in an unclear manner, this past has gripped onto present day Europe, revealing gems that history books have never recorded. Nonetheless, the question remains: what happens tomorrow when yesterday’s secrets are revealed today?

 

About the Series

Haman the Amalekite must steal key components of the Relic of Power (RoP), the world’s most powerful weapon of mass destruction (WMD), which has existed since biblical times. Tracked by Loni Peronne, an agent of the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency), a mission known as the Missing Art Project has been functioning to find and secure all components of the RoP. Initially waylaid by a murder at the Leaning Tower of Niles in Chicago (Novel 1), Loni becomes mired within the Leaning Tower affair. Novel 2 opens with Loni and husband Mickey on vacation where their path intersects Haman’s, leading to a cornucopia of problems requiring immediate attention.

Responding to this dilemma, Mickey Peronne assembles his trusted medical colleagues into a team within the Vermandois. This team discovers that Loni’s psyche has bizarrely locked onto the persona of a 14th century French king. Through subsequent psychic encounters, Loni accesses other historical characters such as Vlad Tepes (Novel 3), Guidobaldo II della Rovere (Novel 5), and Duchess Anne Geneviève de Bourbon (Novel 7), among many others. Each stand-alone novel engages a new historic character, moving the evolving mission of the modern-day protagonists from a French maternity hospital ever eastward towards the Levant. An eventual faceoff is unavoidable in order to mitigate the destructive power of that WMD crafted in 1400 BC.

 

About the Author

Albertill is the author of the 12-book historical fiction series, the Lost Books of Benjamin (LBoB). Albertill is a retired (2015) U.S. Army physician-scientist, educationalist, science researcher, Christian apologist, historian without portfolio, and modern-day Christian Templar. Having served in the military from Vietnam era (1973) to his last posting in Afghanistan (2014), he has served in clinical, research, and operational military medicine, the field of chemical warfare, and in the history of military medicine. His writing is underpinned by a worldview defined by this professional education, military training, and resulting personal experiences across the globe.

Albertill writes historical fiction supported by a lifetime of travels/residencies throughout Europe, the Mediterranean countries in northern Africa, and the Levant. As LBoB novel protagonists Mickey Peronne, Suzanne Coletrane, Russell Lange and the numerous historical characters move through these regions, Albertill literally strolls shoulder-to-shoulder with them. The gift given to the reader is the palpable flavor of credible historical fiction from novels penned by a thin-soled wanderer who has firsthand imbibed each of those incredible historical settings.

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Weight18.032 oz
Dimensions9.210 × 6.140 × 0.75470 in

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