Carlo F. Sente

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The Plague of God will be available from December 16, 2017 

    • 5″ x 8″ Paperback, 346 pages, ISBN 978-2-9199457-1-9                                                       Buy via Amazon € 15.23 (excl. postage)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
    • 5″ x 8″ Hardcover, 344 pages, ISBN 978-2-9199457-0-2                                                                                      € 21.99 (excl. postage)


The Plague of God immerses the reader in a modern-day thriller and a historical epic, the plots connected by a dangerous secret – the power gold holds:

Timothée de St. Clere, a down-at-the heels baron in present-day Germany, is forced to sell his family property. Both emotionally and financially ruined, he succumbs to the whispered promise of a fabled treasure and begins a dangerous quest while, pursued and opposed at every turn by a maniacal politician, realizing that friendship and love are his only lifelines.

Centuries earlier, Bera Haraldsdatter, a shieldmaiden to Godfrid the Dane, realizes the terrible mistake she made in joining the merciless warlord who smeared a trail of blood from the rocky shores of the North to the dark forests of Eastern Francia. Enlivened by the desire for peace and by a maternal passion, Bera decides to protect the lives of three children and finds herself alone, defying the entire Viking army.

The enthralling story is a mix of historical fiction and romance, and reminds us that while greed and gold may drive us, what finally matters is the importance of family and the centrality of love.