"THE EVIL OF THY DOINGS"
"The Evil of Thy Doings was just incredible -- descriptive, vivid, dramatic, engaging. Bravo!"
. . . the door beside Calabar opened and vomited forth more puta que pariu marines, the foremost standing tall, his bearing, more than his gilded insignia, denoting him as the Spanish tercio’s captain.
In his hands he held, dry, primed, and ready to fire, a musket.
Guay de mi! It was for the damnable ship’s cargo of muskets that Moses, Calabar, and the crew of the Sword of Solomon had come. Muskets urgently needed for some secretive Dutch plan; muskets that Moses and Calabar had been told they would pluck from a Spanish merchant ship “as easily as picking fruit from a tree.” So the pirate Daniel Elfrith had promised.
. . . The Spanish captain raised his musket, sighting it at Moses.
A 1632 UNIVERSE TALE!
Return to the 17th-century Caribbean where the Great Nations of Europe
strive, and amid the intrigues and battles, the deaths and betrayals, the Sephardic Jewish pirate Moses Cohen Henriques and the Brazilian rebel Fernando Domingos Calabar seek freedom and justice for their people.
A 15,000-word tale that is both a sequel to last year's
And is a companion tale to my gifted co-author Robert E. Waters' (and his
co-author, the esteemed Charles E. Gannon's) novel:
[Baen Books, April 2021]
September 1, 2021.
"Set sail for adventure!"
Sets sail: August 14, 2020.
A treasure trove of tales . . .
From the high seas to high orbit, from swashbucklers to space corsairs.
Here be monsters - human and supernatural, time travelers and spacemen, buccaneers, and ghosts . . .
Twelve gems, each with an illustration. Includes my tale of the historical "Jewish Pirate of the Caribbean" Moses Cohen Henriques.
(Yes, Elizabeth, there were Jewish pirates in the Age of Sail -- and Spain and its Inquisition trembled.)
"The Mouth of the Wicked, by Bob Finegold, tells a pirate tale filled with many twists and turns. It’s a tale about family, and loss, and how seeing the whole picture can change our perception on what we know, or think we know. I enjoyed this story for the history and the passion of the characters, driven by their own shared history, and their understanding of shared events."
--Geoff Habiger's Reviews
3RD AND STARLIGHT
Edited by Robert B Finegold
"The street is unlike any other."
14 stories to amaze, delight, and touch the heart.
An anthology by award-winning and nominated
edgy new voices in science fiction and fantasy.
* Rebecca Birch * Nick T. Chan * Jennifer Campbell-Hicks *
* Philip Brian Hall * K. L. Schwengel * Rachelle Harp * M. E. Garber * * Dustin Adams * Frank Dutkiewicz * M. Elizabeth Ticknor *
* Sean Monaghan * William R. D. Wood * Julie Frost *
* Scott R. Parkin * Kary English * Robert B. Finegold, M.D. *
- Illustrated -
3RD AND STARLIGHT: THE REVIEWS
“Like trying strange and unusual foods, finding new writers to love and follow can be a chaotic, hit and miss experience. This anthology offers delicious and exotic creations by some of the best new writers in the speculative fiction field.“
--William Ledbetter, 2016 Nebula award winning author of “The Long Fall Up.”
“3rd and Starlight is an enchanting mix of tales from up-and-coming authors from Birch’s gentle story of passage to English and Finegold’s saga of love and honor among immortals. There’s something for every reader. Every piece has its own delights!”
--J. Kathleen Cheney, Locus award winning author of “The Golden City.”
“Fresh new discoveries and recent favorites from vibrant new voices in SF and fantasy. Remember these names!”
--Martin L. Shoemaker, WSFA award-winning author of “Today I Am Paul.”