The Black Rose 1 - Genesis

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In 18th Century Delaware, the Latham brothers are seeking their fortune through taming the wild frontier. Among their workers are the exiled Romani gypsies, a people who harbor many dark secrets, including near immortality. Certain men will do anything to unearth these secrets. It seems that no one has the power to stop them. Many innocent lives will hang in the balance. Rating: HIGH controversy.

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About Raymond Towers

Greetings, reader. My pen name is Raymond Towers. Primarily, I write darker fiction in the fantasy, horror and science fiction genres, but I do dabble about in other genres as well depending on my whims. I like to think that I have a unique perspective on the world and life in general, and I tend to shake things up to break people out of their doldrums. If you want to read something 'safe,' then I'm probably not the author for you. My favorite authors are in a wide range, from Asimov, Clarke and Farmer, to King, Lovecraft and Poe, to Burroughs, Tolkien and Twain. All the big names, as that is the level I aspire to reach. I especially enjoy combining aspects you won't normally see together in fiction, and on taking the next step and reaching for the farthest, blackest edge of the abyss. The place where most other authors leave off, that is the place where I get started. The question is; are you ready for that?

About the Series: The Black Rose
A twisted, bloody destiny brings two very different clans together. To the one side is the Family Latham, well to do and enterprising, who have come into the Great Cypress Swamp of Delaware, with grand and profitable ideas in mind. To the other side are the Spanish Bastards, chased away from their homeland and forced to travel with a gypsy people that care nothing for them. Love is the beginning, but it leads to savagery, betrayal and murder, and much, much more than this.

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