With the years rewound, can David, as a military intelligence officer, be able to affect world events like Somalia in 93, Oklahoma City in 95, or New York on 9/11? Will he even dare to alter historyand if so, what will be the consequences? Find out in, Eternal Eye.
Al M. Scott has written two published novels, the latest one, Love in the House of War, was released in August. He is currently writing the sequel, The Flame in Paradise, due for 2015 release. Scott is a retired U.S. Army officer whose career spanned 25 years (1980-2005).
Hatshepsut, the Great King’s Wife, is thrust into a world of intrigue and politics when her husband, Pharaoh Thutmose, dies suddenly, leaving Egypt with an heir who is barely two years old. The Queen must step into the role of leader, and there are few she can trust.
When Hatshepsut is crowned as Pharaoh, she grooms her daughter, Neferure, to take the place of heir, rather than Thutmose’s infant son from another woman. Neferure, though young, is still older than the boy who should by all rights be king.
The future of Egypt rests in the hands of a single woman, the most powerful woman in the ancient world. Can Pharaoh Hatshepsut’s people accept her unorthodox reign, and her plans to usurp the men’s place as rulers of a Kingdom, decreeing that only women are suitable leaders?