Bio: E. L. Noel has been writing for over thirteen years in both the historical and science fiction genres. She completed her education at the University of Southern Colorado, majoring in Criminal Sociology. To her amazement and joy, she has won various awards for her writing, including the 2001 EPPIE Award for Best Historical Novel, and was a finalist in the 2002 Clara Awards. Several of her articles, short stories and reviews have appeared in miscellaneous magazines, both on line and off.
She lives on the Southern Oregon coast with her best friend and husband Mike.
The Order of the Third Circle, an underground medieval society operating in the present, has harnessed Fate. Their charge and reason for living is the book, an ancient tome, from whence letters are drawn, penned by a scribe centuries earlier. Gabriel Mondragon, a letter bearer made immortal by an elixir and a Lachesis ring, makes deliveries that in some way change the face of the earth. Trisagion knights guard the book and the bearer, but betrayal is on the wind. Civil war is imminent within... more info>>
For thousands of years man has traveled the galaxy using the corridors generated by the L'arobi Frame. Now, the Ami-Den Alliance seeks to gain control of the mechanism to satisfy their lust for conquest. There's only one problem... no one knows where it is. Two thousand years in the future, the Lord Mallick, leader of the Ami-Den Alliance, devises a brutal and brilliant plan to conquer the galaxy. Using corridors that tie one planet to another, Mallick's magnificent gunships have arrived at Cemb... more info>>
It's 1192, and the Third Crusade is failing. Even so, Dante de Montcada, Spanish knight, fights for Christendom. At the fall of St. Jean d' Acre, Frankish vanquishers hold hostage the wealthy and high-born of Islam, their ransom named, their lives held in King Richard's hand. Dante has loved ones among the captives, which ignites a conflict of loyalties in a land long at war. Richard the Lionheart, a warrior king and brilliant strategist, wears the mantle of authority as a man born to it, a man ... more info>>
Amid the violence of the second crusade, where battlefields are soaked with the blood of the innocent and the guilty, Sir James Greybold, a warrior knight and man of honor, fights for Palestine, a land he holds dear. A lie is poison to his lips; dishonor is worse than death. Dedicated to the chivalric code, he faces treachery with moral resolve that eventually breaks down and turns to murder. The foolish demands of the hierarchy force Greybold, who is sworn to obedience and service, to make sacr... more info>>