Life, love and conflict in the hill country around 1200BC
“Kephrath” is a small town in the hill country of Canaan. It is the setting
for various novels and short stories, all set around 1200BC and the years shortly after. So far, there are three
full length novels, two short stories, and various pieces of additional material.
These people, their home, and the rather unsettled times they lived, in are a constant
source of fascination for me, which I have explored both in fiction and in academic
Extracts from a recent review:
Historical Novel Society
Wide in scope and rich in detail and plot, this is an accomplished illustration of this era in the region: complex, informative, enjoyable and skilfully put together.
Quick wits and loyalty confront high-tech crime in space
The start of a series of books set in the solar system in the reasonably near future. Small independent colonies are
scattered across various planets and moons, separated by minutes or hours of signal lag, and weeks of travel by spaceship.
Follow Mitnash Thakur and his virtual partner Slate as they investigate fraud among these scattered habitats.
Video © Richard Abbott
Cover image © copyright by permission Ian Grainger
Background music © by permission Lee Fitzsimmons
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