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Merlin is back to save the world in "Revelations" Dan Diehl's first novel in his new fantasy series
Sunbury Press has released the fantasy novel "Revelations: Book One of the Merlin Chronicles" by Daniel Diehl.
About the book:
Merlin the magician only exists in myth and legend -- at least that is what archaeology student Jason Carpenter thought until he discovered the mysterious orb that housed history's greatest wizard for 1,600 years.
Forced into an uneasy alliance, Jason and Merlin are sucked into a web of deceit, intrigue and murder sending them on a chaotic race to outwit, and out run, Merlin's ancient nemesis, the evil sorceress Morgana LaFay: a gang of drug smugglers and a 500-year-old Chinese necromancer. It is a race against time to complete their quest before an army of dragons are unleashed on a vulnerable and unsuspecting 21st century world.
In The Merlin Chronicles: Revelations, Daniel Diehl has created an adventurous blend of Arthurian legend, biblical prophecy, classic wizard fantasy and contemporary urban fantasy to create a world exactly like ours -- except that Merlin and the age of magic return full-blast to battle ancient evils and save civilization.
Revelations is the first book of as gripping new fantasy series by award winning author Daniel Diehl.
About the author:
Daniel Diehl is an author, writer and investigative historian with thirty years experience in his field. For nearly twenty years Diehl has been involved in writing for publication and documentary television production.
Diehl’s work has won awards from the Houston (Texas) Film Festival, the National Trust for Historic Preservation (US) and the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Arts Foundation. Working alone and as a part of the multi-award winning team of Daniel Diehl and Mark Donnelly, Diehl has produced work in two main categories; trade publication and television documentary scripts. His canon of work includes eighteen non-fiction books (which have been translated into nine foreign languages) and scripts for more than one hundred and seventy hours of documentary television primarily for A&E Network, The History Channel, History International and Discovery Network.
In addition to his books and scripts Diehl has served as historical consultant on such films as The Color Purple (Amblin Entertainment, 1986), Darrow (PBS Television Theatre, 1991) and Baskin’s Run (Finnegan’s Wake Productions, 1994). He has also written for such periodicals as Victorian Homes, Gilded Age (which he also edited), Old House Journal, Sacred Spaces, Country Victorian, FLAIR, Tournaments Illuminated, Popular Woodworking, Conde Nast Traveler and numerous other publications. He has also contributed short stories and wrote the introduction for Midici Books' collection '303 Short Stories'.
Diehl is ranked #72 of the top 100 History books sold per Writer and he is frequently interviewed for magazine articles and radio programs on a variety of history-related topics as they apply to his books.
Below is a list of Daniel Diehl’s work both published and produced.
Pirates of Maryland (Stackpole, 2012)
Medieval and Renaissance Furniture Compendium (Stackpole, 2012)
Pirates of Virginia (Stackpole, 2012)
Medieval Celebrations (2nd edition) (Stackpole, 2011)
Death & Taxes (Sunbury, 2010)
Pirates of the New Jersey Coast(Stackpole, 2010)
Haunted Houses of America: A Travelers Guide (Stackpole, 2010)
Inventors & Impostors: How History Forgot the True Heroes of Invention and Discovery
(Crimson Press, 2008) Translations:
The Big Book of Pain: Torture & Punishment Through History (Sutton, 2008)
Management Secrets from History (Sutton, 2007)
Eat Thy Neighbor: A History of Cannibalism (Sutton, 2006)
Tales from the Tower of London (Sutton, 2004)
Elbert Hubbard: The Common Sense Revolutionary (Spiro Press, 2003)
How Did They Manage (The Industrial Society. 2002)
Medieval Celebrations (Stackpole Books, 2001)
Medieval Furniture, Plans and Instructions (Stackpole Books, 1999)
Siege: Castles at War (Taylor Publishing, 1998)
Constructing Medieval Furniture (Stackpole Books, 1997)
Mysteries of the Church (TransVideo Communications for NET Network 2010/2011) 12 part series
Judge Alex Show (Monet Lane Productions,2010)
Legends of Rock, 2007 & 2008 (Alba Communications, 2007) 12 part series
The Sultan of Brunei: Trouble in Paradise (Alba Communications, 2007)
Sheik Mo and Dubai Inc. (Alba Communications, 2007)
Augusto Pinochet: The Beast of Chile (Alba Communications, 2007)
‘Calico’ Jack Rakham/ Pirate (Alba Communications, 2007)
Military History Collection (Alba Communications, 2005/ 06) 8 part series
Tales of the Bow (Alba Communications, 2002)
Adolf Hitler: In His Own Words (Alba Communications, 2001)
Blitzkrieg (Alba Communications, 2001) 3 part series
Tough Times (Ardent Productions, 2001) 13 part series
Quest for Ancient Egypt (EMS Productions, 2001) 3 part series
Tales from the Tower (Ardent Productions, 2000) 4 part series
Secrets Of... (EMS Productions, 2000) 10 part series
Legends of the Vampire (Cresset Communications, 1999)
Amazing Destinations (EMS Productions 1998)
Siege: Castles at War (EMS Productions, 1998)
Authored by Daniel Diehl
List Price: $16.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
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Also available on Kindle and Nook