| View Promotional Book Trailer for "The Sign of the Eagle",
Cover "The Sign of the Eagle"
The Sign of the Eagle is a breathtaking historical novel of action and suspense set in the year 71
A.D. amid the exotic and vibrant streets of ancient Rome. Macha, the strong-willed daughter of a legendary Celtic British
king and wife of the Roman tribune, Titus, is the only one who can prove her husband innocent of treason, solve the murders
of two slaves who possessed information that could have exonerated Titus, and ultimately save the life of the Roman Emperor
...With many fascinating
characters, 'The Sign of the Eagle' is a strong addition to any collection looking for more historical fiction."
--Midwest Book Review, June 2012 (For the complete review see blog 062312).
by Professor Mench
a reader wants a good introduction to life in Rome and its empire in 71 AD, reading this novel is a painless way to go about
it. The characters are colorful, especially Macha...This should be a quick and enjoyable read for the seasoned classicist
and the historically interested layman alike." (See entire blog).
For the month of October,
The Sign of the Eagle was number two overall in
sales for printed books for Sunbury Press and number one in fiction for print sales as well.
| Read the article on Jess Steven Hughes in Saturday's Spokesman Review|
You can now
hear a reading from The Sign of the Eagle by clicking onto the following link.
Jess Steven Hughes Reading "The Sign of the Eagle" for the Spokesman-Review
The Sign of the Eagle has been published and can be ordered now.
The Sign of the Eagle is now available as an e-book on Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook and is available in paperback through Sunbury Press and Amazon.
Click on the book signing link to see the times, dates and places Jess Steven Hughes will be signing his published novel "The Sign
of the Eagle"
View "The Sign of the Eagle" promotional video book trailer, click here
Ancient World Notes
Read the latest
trivia about the Roman Horse Goddess "Epona"
you artist Katrina Brennen for creating the portrait of Macha, heroine of the novel "The Sign of the Eagle".
the latest updates from Jess Steven Hughes on the sale of his novel "The Sign of the Eagle" and his current writing
Thank you to Chris Hughes for advertising The Sign of the Eagle on his online store
Chris is a master military modeler and photographer and had his first book on
the Walker Bulldog tank published late last year and his next book on the General Sheridan
tank will be published in a couple of month
| Contact Information|| Jess Steven Hughes Email: mailto: email@example.com |
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Read an excerpt from chapter one, click here.