HISTORICAL NOVELIST SARA HARRIS TURNS TO PIRACY FOR HER LATEST YARN, “BACK FROM THE DEAD RED”
Popular historical romance author Sara Harris is thrilled to unveil her latest yarn, a pirate adventure with a twist, Back from the Dead Red. While most often associated with the gentler genre of historical Amish fiction, Sara plunges head-first into 17th century exploits of the infamous female pirate Jacquotte Delahaye, whose legendary exploits included commanding a crew of bloodthirsty buccaneers, relieving the Spanish of control of a small Caribbean island, where she established a freebooter republic, and most famously, faking her own death, hence her nickname, Back from the Dead Red.
About The Author:
Sara Harris has journeyed across the world, living everywhere from the majestic Oklahoma plains to the eclectic mountains of Italy—collecting inspiration and rescue animals along the way.
She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Critique Chair of RWA’s Hearts Through History group, Western Fictioneers, West Houston Romance Writers, The Catholic Writer’s Guild, and The Transylvanian Society of Dracula.
Sara currently makes her home in Katy, Texas, where she is pursuing her BSN degree. She has her BA in Medieval European History and is represented by Julie Gwinn of The Seymour Agency.
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