By the Hands of Men, Book One: The Old World
Robert Fitzgerald, an English Lieutenant, and Charlotte Braninov, an immigrant Russian nurse, meet scarcely a mile from the bloody trenches of World War One, where they witness the hell that the hands of men can create.
Ranging from the battlefields of France to civil-war torn Russia, on the streets of Shanghai and the jungles and deserts of Africa, to the wilds of Wyoming and the backlots of depression-era Hollywood, the memory of their brief weeks together will follow them for years as they cross the globe seeking peace.
Can love survive in a world staggered by war and revolution or in hearts scarred by loss and human duplicity?
Epic historical fiction, the six-book saga sweeps across two decades and four continents in a gripping tale of fate, loss, redemption, and love.