Two Crowns for America

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 375 pages
9 Reviews
The year is 1775. In Europe, an unseen Master peers into a darkened mirror for the image of the man whose destiny it is to wear the victor's crown. Across the sea, in a land named for a virgin queen, a tall, commanding colonel named George Washington is thrown from his horse and has a dream that will haunt him for the rest of his life. Not long after, a reluctant Washington is unanimously elected Commander in Chief of the fledgling country's Continental Army, setting in motion a momentous series of events governed by a secret cabal of conspirators with agents on both sides of the Atlantic. As rebellion grows imminent and colonists flock to take up arms for liberty, they hardly suspect they are part of a greater plan.

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User Review  - Cathryn - Goodreads

Very interesting indeed, though I had to kind of slog through the first fifty pages. What made it so interesting in the foundation in fact (eg, that a lot of Jacobites did emigrate to the American ... Read full review

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User Review  - colleen - Goodreads

an alternative history of colonial america. i think i enjoyed it much more the first time i read it. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Katherine Kurtz was born in Coral Gables, Florida on October 18, 1944. She received a four-year science scholarship to the University of Miami where she graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry. She completed an M.A. in medieval English history at UCLA while writing her first two novels, and working as an instructional designer for the Los Angeles Police Academy. She is also a professionally trained hypnotist, a student of comparative religion, and somewhat of an authority on heraldry and chivalry She has also joined with Deborah Turner Harris, and together they have written five books in an adept series of occult detective thrillers set in modern Scotland. Her first editing foray, Tales of The Knights Templar, appeared from Warner Books in 1995, which wa followed by a second volume, On Crusade: More Tales of The Knights Templar.

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