Voyage of Malice

Voyage of Malice

by Paul C.R. Monk
Voyage of Malice

Voyage of Malice

by Paul C.R. Monk


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Persecuted for their beliefs, one family must travel the globe for a place to call home...

Geneva, 1688. Jeanne is barely scraping by on meager earnings from weaving. She dreams of her previous life as a wealthy merchant's wife before Louis XIV's soldiers ran her family out of France for refusing to renounce their faith. But even in Geneva, Jeanne and her son aren't anywhere close to free from persecution...

Jacob hopes his letters make it to Jeanne from the other side of the ocean. As he bides his time as an indentured servant on a Caribbean plantation, tragedy strikes in the form of shipwreck and pirates. The former merchant desperately searches for a way back to his wife...

If Jeanne and Jacob can't rise above a world that's closing all its doors, then they may never be reunited again...

Voyage of Malice is the second book in the Huguenot Connection, a series of historical fiction novels set during a time of religious persecution. If you like vividly accurate historical details, seafaring adventures, and heart-warming tales of family loyalty, then you'll love Paul C.R. Monk's rousing novel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780993444272
Publisher: Bloomtree Press
Publication date: 08/30/2017
Series: Huguenot Connection , #2
Pages: 310
Sales rank: 307,476
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

PAUL C. R. MONK published his debut novel for his children in 2014. Strange Metamorphosis won the Literary Classics Eloquent Quill award. He has since staged a number of plays, and has been busy completing his historical fiction serial set in the 17th century. The Huguenot Connection trilogy, which includes Merchants of Virtue, Voyage of Malice and Land of Hope, takes the reader from King Louis's France to the Caribbean, and from London to colonial New York, with drama-filled stops in the Rhine Valley and war-torn Ireland. It has been building up a following among readers with Huguenot ancestors as well as historical novel lovers who enjoy a good story based on true events.
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