New Book Inspires Exploration of Your Coat of Arms

Author Geoff Logan stimulates critical thinking and ancestral curiosity in “The Legacy of Two Gemini Knights”.

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Only the reader can decide if the actions of William McBride in Beverley, England, have pushed the argument forward to a clearer understanding of when the end time may now appear in the days ahead.

Leeming, Australia (PRWEB) June 05, 2014

When Geoff Logan began researching his family history, he had no concept of the story that would unfold before him.

Logan began writing a non-fiction book about his ancestors from the 14th century, but as skeletons began to crawl out of the closet, it became clear that his relatives needed to have their story told in another way. From this revelation, the author’s new novel, “The Legacy of Two Gemini Knights” was born.

Logan tells his family’s story through the eyes of William McBride, who came to work for the author’s ancestors, the Logan brothers, in Scotland. The brothers, who came to be known as the Gemini Knights of Lanark, take McBride and their readers on exploits around the globe.

This journey takes a lifetime for McBride, but he is committed to doing so because he believes his actions will have significant impact on the Holy Land in the end times. The book explores the possibilities for such an assumption and offers social commentary on intolerance.

“Only the reader can decide if the actions of William McBride in Beverley, England, have pushed the argument forward to a clearer understanding of when the end time may now appear in the days ahead,” Logan explained.

“The Legacy of Two Gemini Knights”
By Geoff Logan
Paperback: ISBN 978-1491864050
Hardcover: ISBN 978-1491864043
Available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores.

About the author

Geoff Logan, a veteran university lecturer, has a master’s degree in education from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. He now serves as an independent education consultant. This is his first book.

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