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Why It Matters–The Battle of Kings Mountain–Beth Trissel

October 7th, my niece Cailin’s birthday, is the anniversary of the Battle of Kings Mountain, an epic conflict that took place in what is now North Carolina, then South Carolina, and one that many Virginians took part in.  Also a sadly … Continue reading

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Come out, Come out, Wherever You Are–Beth Trissel

ENEMY OF THE KING has 15 Five Star reviews at Amazon and nothing less.  I don’t have any control over what readers leave there so this strikes me as significant, but also means not enough people are reading it. Every story has … Continue reading

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The Story Behind Historical Romance Enemy of the King–Beth Trissel

“Passion Governs and she never governs wisely.” ~ Benjamin Franklin Years ago, I was researching my early American Scots-Irish forebears and often came across references to a battle fought during the Revolution called the Battle of King’s Mountain. The name … Continue reading

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Lovely Reader Review for Enemy of the King

“ENEMY OF THE KING is an excellent and intriguing read. All of the characters are depicted as multi-dimensional and complex, with a mix of positive and negative traits. I don’t want to give away the plot, but will just say … Continue reading

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