The Peter Fallon and Evangeline Carrington Collection discounted ebundle includes: The Lost Constitution, City of Dreams, and The Lincoln Letter
In this thrilling mystery series from New York Times bestselling author and “master storyteller” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) William Martin, a rare-book expert and his girlfriend are treasure hunters who track down documents and valuables seemingly gone for good.
Their adventures place them on the trail of a lost draft of the Constitution in 1770s Philadelphia, a valuable box of missing bonds in 1780s New York City, and into a race across Washington D.C. for an incredibly important historical document, Abraham Lincoln’s diary.
"William Martin's books are an addiction. A fine mix of historical fiction and modern quest novel, with plenty of action and bad guys, they are pure fun, story-telling at its finest." --New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts
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About the Author
New York Times bestselling author William Martin is best known for his historical fiction, which chronicles the lives of the great and the anonymous in American history while bringing to life legendary American locations, from Cape Cod to Annapolis to The City of Dreams. His first novel, Back Bay, introduced Boston treasure hunter Peter Fallon, who is still tracking artifacts across the landscape of our national imagination. Martin's subsequent novels, including Harvard Yard, Citizen Washington, and The Lost Constitution have established him as a “storyteller whose smoothness matches his ambition” (Publishers Weekly). He has also written an award-winning PBS documentary and a cult classic horror movie. He was the recipient of the 2005 New England Book Award, given to "an author whose body of work stands as a significant contribution to the culture of the region," and in 2015 he won the Samuel Eliot Morison Award for four decades of bringing history to life. He and his wife live near Boston, the city that his recurring character, Peter Fallon, also calls home, and he has three grown children.