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“Provocative And Engaging” – Kirkus Reviews…. Timothy Ashby’s 5-Star Mystery Set in The 1920s – Devil’s Den, Now Just 99 Cents *Bonus* Sample For Free Now!

Devil’s Den

Devilby Timothy Ashby
5.0 stars – 29 Reviews
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It’s the early 1920s. Someone is killing old Civil War vets. Whatever for? Troubled young G-Man Seth Armitage is assigned by the Bureau to find the killer. Another mystery–why does the corrupt Harding administration care about these old soldiers, and why would they send a shell-shocked newbie to investigate? Green though he may be, Seth is much sharper than anyone bargained for. As he investigates this strange crime, the very forces that put him on the case seem to be obstructing it, and before he knows it he’s running from the KKK, hounded by the ambitious young J. Egar Hoover and entangled with a beautiful blond who may be much less innocent than she appears. A fast-moving and compelling historical thriller featuring meticulously researched real-life characters, Devil’s Den brings to life that fascinating and emotionally rich period between WWI and WWII in America. The 20s were roaring, both the Civil War and WWI still haunted living memories, and Prohibition was bootlegging its way in. For fans of historical fiction like Caleb Carr’s The Alienist, and such nonfiction works as Erik Larson’s Devil in the White City.

“…Real people, real events and the still-charged reverberations of the Civil War provide a provocative framework for a 1920s-era mystery neatly told with meticulous historical detail and enjoyable twists.”  –Kirkus Reviews

“As I read Tim’s book, it occurred to me that this is the historical novel I wish I’d written…Devil’s Den: a tour de force of historical fiction. Make sure you read it…”   Dr. John Eipper, Editor In Chief, WAIS.

“…an amazing work of historical fiction that takes place in the 1920’s. Tim has incorporated facts from the Civil War and the corruption from the Harding Administration to craft a…book that holds the readers’ attention and makes you want more.  Amazon:  Billie Litton

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What is good? Who is evil? When Lt. Art Sutton and his Special Forces team parachute into a time warp, all bets are off…. Time Fall By Timothy Ashby
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Time Fall

by Timothy Ashby

4.4 stars – 146 Reviews
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Lt. Art Sutton and his war-weary Special Forces team parachute into Nazi Germany in 1945 to destroy targets behind enemy lines. What they don’t know: during the jump they have somehow warped through time. They land in deeply forested Germany–in 2011. They start blowing things up. The young soldiers feel like heroes; the present-day German police hunt them down like the terrorists they appear to be; US forensics experts race to uncover the identity of a mysteriously intact body wearing WWII dog tags. What is good? Who is evil? Filled with action, historically accurate detail, and even romance, this complex tale will keep you riveted through every surprising and intriguing twist.


“History buffs will delight in the World War II backdrop, but the book’s action, style and unremitting pace make it a triumph across-the-board.” Kirkus Reviews

“I like war stories, science-fiction stories and time travel stories so Time Fall was right up my street. If it sounds like your cup of tea then you’ll be pleased to hear that I also liked the characters in this book, enjoyed the plot lines and found the story well-written. All in all, I was a happy customer. Sometimes you just want someone to tell you a cracking good yarn!” —RR Gordon

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