Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Baltimore Post Examiner

Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Baltimore Post Examiner

Excerpt: “The Baltimore Post-Examiner is pleased to present an excerpt from Eliot Pattison’s Blood of the Oak, available at Amazon. Pattison has been described as a “writer of faraway mysteries,” partly because of his worldwide travels where he has trekked millions of miles, visiting every continent but Antarctica. Today Pattison favors off the beaten paths and lesser known historical venues where he draws upon to produce some wonderful stories with fascinating characters.” To read the article, click...
Eliot Pattison Featured on Publishers Weekly

Eliot Pattison Featured on Publishers Weekly

Excerpt: “In America in 1765, Duncan McCallum investigates ritualistic murders that are strangely connected to both the theft of an Iroquois artifact and a series of murders and kidnappings in the network of secret runners supporting those colonists engaged in the first organized political dissent against British rule.” To read the article, click...
Jewels of Allah Listed as One of the Best Indie Books of 2015

Jewels of Allah Listed as One of the Best Indie Books of 2015

Excerpt: “Every year readers are faced with “best of”  lists of books, from outlets ranging from “GoodReads Choice” to NPR.  And every year they all pretty much feature the same titles (this year it’s Ta-Nehisi Coates’s award-winning Between the World and Me, Kristin Hannah’s The Nightingale, David McCullough’s The Wright Brothers and Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman , among others).” To read the article, click here: indiereader.com...