Samsara Moon

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Kirk House Publishers, 2006 - Fiction - 364 pages
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On a sunny day amidst the jubilant London crowds celebrating Queen Vistoria’ s Diamon Jubilee, Captain Stephen Hamilton finds himself at the prime of his life, living his childhood dream… … With a beautiful wife, two loving children and a successful military career, his future and the world beckons… … tragedy strikes and Samsara moon takes the reader on Stephen’ s journey of recovery. From Ireland to South Africa to India this is an epic tale of faith, conviction, and personal evolution set on the grand stage of vast British Empire.

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About the author (2006)

S. H. Posts debut novel comes from layering his own experiences of tragic loss onto a historical milieu. He is a graduate of the City University of New York with a post-graduate degree from Adelphi University. He maintains an active presence in the literary and arts world through the Long Island Writers Guild, NY Writers Coalition, Hudson Valley Writers Center, the Islip Arts Council and the Smithtown Township Arts Council, among others. Posts passion for history and heritage is supported by his affiliation with the Historical Novel Society as well as the St. Georges Society of NY and their longstanding charitable works. His writing directly supports fundraising for the Center for HOPE (grief counseling and childrens bereavement) and other causes. He resides with his wife and children in Long Island, NY.

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