Two parallel series

 

Naupaka

A historical fiction and magical realism series that features an array of intercultural and compelling characters—from the surgeon protagonist to women pirates and Hawaiian magicians—that meet in a sizzling, historical context. If you like exotic locales, cringe-worthy explorations of early 19th-century medicine, and engaging, subtle fantasy, then you’ll love this page-turning new series.

This historical fiction series features the compelling Jean Laffite à la James bond, the fierce woman pirate Jebel Medusa and local antagonists that meet in the sizzling historical context of the Golden Age of Piracy. If you like a pirate merger of Sherlock Holmes and Robin Hood, then you’ll love this page-turning new series.


Full chronology

Combined and ordered in sequence of events

1811

What happened in the Marshlands

A One Virtue and a Thousand Crimes short story (available in the free starter library)

A mother caught in he 1811 slave revolt will stop at nothing to save her teenage daughter.

 

1813

The Adventuress

One Virtue and a Thousand Crimes 1 (novellette)

Smuggler Jean Laffite meets a stunning woman that may be the demise to his business.

  

 1813

The Ocean's Calling

One Virtue and a Thousand Crimes 2 (novel, coming soon)

Cosma Wolfe carries a dark secret, which haunts her when the man she shares it with uses it against her.

 

1827

The Delusion

Naupaka short story (available in free starter library)

Delmar stops in Mexico on his way to Hawaii and has a strange experience.

 

1827

Her Majesty’s Quill

Naupaka 1 (novella)

Delmar arrives at Honolulu and steps right into trouble.

 

1827

String of Treason

Naupaka 2 (novella)

Delmar decides to go against the queen’s orders and free his captain friend.

 

1827

In the Dancer’s Shade

Naupaka 3 (novella)

Delmar decides to follow the natives that have captured his missionary friend.

 

1827

The Black Lily

Naupaka 4 (novella, coming soon)

Delmar receives strange letters signed with a black lily and must figure out what they mean before the queen does.