Excalibur allows the reader to share a brief period in the life of Post Captain Arthur Allen; to meet his family at Allen Manor; share a few private moments with Arthur and his fiancée, Cassandra; stand beside him on a rolling deck in raging storms and while combating pyrates; and to share his unnerving experiences involving the paranormal on land and sea.
Take a brief look at 19th century England, then come on board Excalibur for a voyage of realistic adventure based on factual accounts.
During every take-off and landing, the general was in the pilot’s seat. The General And Me includes witnessed accounts of flying with the general in every imaginable situation.
There were some thoughtless behavior and substandard duties performed by subordinates that came to the general’s attention. While the reader will find them humorous, they were mentally terrifying for the individual involved. The general’s three star rank and well-known reputation struck fear and intimidation into the hearts of the weak and strong alike.
The story of Grimes Creek is one of love, suspicion and action. It is filled with realistic characters who could have lived in the Idaho Territory. Grimes Creek, Idaho City, and Boise City all are factual places. The bank and businesses are factual as well. The story is woven around the tumultuous settling of the west and its inherent dangers.