Can duty overpower the heart’s desire?
In Roger Davis’ “Greywycke,” Lady Kaline de Belmar must choose between family expectations and her own desire, all while finding inner strength she never knew she had.
Taking place in the early 1800s, near the Welsh Marches, this suspenseful murder-mystery novel combines the familial duties and traditions of “Downton Abbey” with the drama and scheming characters of a daytime soap opera.
“This book explores family dynamics we all encounter,” Davis said. “While we all may not be born of nobility, we can all relate to polarizing family relationships and the need to follow our own destinies.”
Davis is an avid fan of history and historical novels. He received his Bachelor’s degree at the University of South Carolina, as well as a Dual Master’s Degree from Webster University. His book won the coveted iUniverse “Editor’s Choice” award and is the first, of a two-part series of historical fiction novels.
“What we learn from history,” Davis said, “can help shape our future.”
By Roger Davis
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon on October
About the author
Roger Davis is a student of history and an avid reader of many historical novels. He currently lives in South Carolina. This is his first book.