Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Friday, June 17, 2011

George Conroy reviews Temujin's Bow

Temujin’s Bow

By James H. Albert

(Review by George I. Conroy, Editor, Memphis Jewish Journal)

Temujin’s Bow is a well-crafted yarn that’s not easy to pigeon-hole. It’s historical fiction but beyond that it’s in a genre all its own. The names of the characters we encounter as we turn the pages are not like those we’re used to reading…No Smiths or Joneses to be sure, but rather Asian names and those of tribes and dynasties.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Temujin's Bow has been released!

Temujin's Bow has been released!

Temujin's Bow has just been released. It is the story of a beautiful English paleontologist's discovery of an ancient Mongol boy's bow. Can it be a clue to the lost tomb of Genghis Khan and his fabulous treasure? Nations race to find its hidden location that is protected by a powerful shaman. The editor's comments "awesome story...can I have more?....can't wait for the next one!"

Thursday, June 2, 2011

sneak preview

Want to get a sneak preview of Temujin's Bow before its release? Look no further!

Temujin's Bow Prologue

Mark your calendar!

Temujin's bow will be officially released June 5th. Expect to see it on amazon and other major sites within 24-72 hours after that!

Friday, May 27, 2011

Temujin's Bow art work

We're pleased to release the official cover for the upcoming e-book Temujin's Bow! Temujin's Bow is a fictional book and the first in a series of archaeological thrillers/mysteries/adventures of the Indiana Jones genre. Check back for updates!