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A World War 2 Trilogy - By FRED NATH (Novelist and Neurosurgeon)
A Warm Welcome to:
A site for writers and writing, with some advice on getting published and getting an agent, and an introduction to my World War II and Roman historical fiction series.

If you're thinking of self-publishing then check out my blog:

It all started as a French WW2 trilogy but as you can see, it's grown like Topsy...

With all these books published, my homepage started to become a bit cluttered so I've changed it to it's present form.


Galdir Oath-breaker

Published 23/4/16 available here (click image):

The books are accessible in the side menu as:

My debut novel.
Sold over 30,000 copies!

Editor's choice in the Historical Novels Society Review 2011.

Galdir - A Slave's Tale - Highly commended in the Yeovil Literary Prize

Amulet II The Gallic War     "...packs a punch you won’t want to miss." San Diego Book Reviews.

Amulet IV- Veni, vidi, vici  -"Readers will find themselves on the edges of their seats as they race through this great tale." - Reader's Favorite Book Reviews.

An Orphan (as yet!)


Roman Historical Adventure Set at the fall of the Empire.

When the Judas scrolls surface in Hispania brutal civil war begins.

The Judas Scrolls front cover, picture of a taurecony

Click the cover above to purchase on Amazon


See All My Books In a 3D Room:

Inkflash - great for Historical FictionThanks to the very clever people at Virtual Reality bookshop Inkflash.com, you can now explore my books in a 3D room:

(If you're an author, you should contact matt@inkflash.com - they'll design a books room for you, just like this one).


The Author:
Fred Nath is a full time Neurosurgeon.
He lives in the northeast of England with his wife and daughter, his three sons having grown up and flown the coop.
In his time, he has run twenty-two consecutive Great North Run half-marathons, trekked Island Peak, to 6000m in Nepal,[which you can see on You-tube],done a 12,000ft tandem parachute jump and began writing, like John Buchan, "because he ran out of penny-novels to read and felt he should write his own."
Fred loves a good story, which is why he writes.
He also loves the Dordogne, French wine and a good family getogether! 


good kindle books
You can see more about Neurosurgery and trekking on:
(My other professional site).
The Dordogne from Chateau Begnac as in The Cyclist

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