DRIVING WITH POPPI: A PATREMOIR
The author's father, John T. Brown, Jr., was an IBM(c) executive during the Golden Age of American Capitalism and traveled behind the Iron Curtain to explore new markets. He had the wanderlust and transferred up and down the U.S. East Coast, to Sweden, England, France, and back again.
He enjoyed getting in front of an audience and lecturing with near perfect recall of dates and facts. Eidetic memory? He sounded like he was reading from an encyclopedia on the inside of his head. He gesticulated dramatically when speaking. This is okay if you are giving a lecture, but not if you are doing over sixty down the highway and take your hands off the wheel. He had driving tickets. Lots.
Release date: January 12, 2021
THE HOLE IN THE BONE
An American archaeologist falls into the tomb of an ancient shaman buried in the Taklamakan Desert. He learns he must complete his mission from a previous life 3800 years ago: to save the souls of Shamadu enslaved in the Caverns of Kunlun.
J. T. Brown's most recent novel set along the Old Silk Road in The Land of Fruits and Melons. Release date: November 16, 2018. Reviews
THE LAND OF THREE HOUSES
William Sterner’s story begins in the late 1700’s on the Tohickon Creek in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His quest for wealth leads him to Livorno, Tuscany, during the Napoleonic wars. He is making mistakes along his way, and must learn from his Lenape friend, Charles Durham, what matters most in life. Join him on his journey home to The Land of Three Houses.
Released March 30, 2018 Reviews and Information