Historical Novel, "The Legacy," Released

Share Article

Trivium Publishing LLC announces the international release of THE LEGACY, an outstanding historical novel set in 14th century Italy by new author Ellen Ekström, of Berkeley, California.

Trivium Publishing LLC (http://www.triviumpublishing.com) today announced that THE LEGACY, an outstanding historical novel by new author Ellen Ekström, has just been released internationally.

"It is the perfect book for our publishing program," says Managing Director Tamara Mazzei. "It provides a perfect foil to the high politics of English history in Brian Wainwright’s book, Within the Fetterlock. You will find a glorious sweep of history and romance between its covers. It takes you to a world of pain, of sorrow and of magnificent grandeur. We know that lovers of historical romance and of Italy will adore this book."

About the Book

Francesco is a knight in not-so-shining armor; he makes mistakes and pays for them dearly. In his ideal existence, he would rather make love than war, but he is the Count of Romena and his legacy is contested.

In fourteenth century Italy, politics are deadly. Francesco and his noble peers are losing power; their world is disintegrating, and with it, Francesco's legacy. To retain it, he will fight anyone; his family, the church, and even himself.

About the Author

Ellen Ekström lives in Berkeley, California with her husband and children. In addition to her writing, she is a deacon in the Episcopal Church. She is a medieval history enthusiast who prides herself on the care she takes with research and detail for her fiction.

Title: THE LEGACY

Author: Ellen Ekström

ISBN: 0-9722091-2-3 (trade paperback)

Publisher: Trivium Publishing LLC

Email: info@triviumpublishing.com

Contact: Anne Barber

About the Publisher

Trivium Publishing LLC is a small press dedicated to publishing noteworthy historical fiction and fantasy.

More information: http://www.triviumpublishing.com
Source of News: Trivium Publishing LLC

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Anne Barber
Visit website