A Second Daniel

“In Neal Roberts’ spectacular debut, a gripping tale of murder and conspiracy unfolds against the lush tapestry of Elizabethan political intrigue. Roberts breathes vibrant life into 16th-century London, populating it with an array of enthralling characters. A Second Daniel is a spellbinding historical mystery, and Neal Roberts is an author to watch!” – P.B. Ryan, USA Today best-selling author of Still Life with Murder

“With A Second Daniel, Neal Roberts captures Elizabethan London so skillfully, it’s as if the reader has stepped right into the story. Barrister Noah Ames is a compelling protagonist of intelligence and heart who conceals a dangerous secret unknown even to his closest friends. A riveting debut historical mystery by an exciting new talent!” – Pamela Burford, best-selling author of Undertaking Irene

“Unputdownable! A thrilling Elizabethan tale that has everything!” – John O’Donnell,
Founder/Director, Ensemble Gombert, Melbourne, Australia


About A Second Daniel ~
London 1558. An orphan from a far-off land is renamed “Noah Ames,” and given every advantage the English Crown can bestow.

London 1592. Now an experienced barrister, Noah witnesses what appears to be a botched robbery outside the Rose Theater, a crime he soon suspects to be part of a plot against Queen Elizabeth herself. Steadfast in his loyalty to the Queen, Noah must use every bit of his knowledge and skill to lure her most disloyal subject onto the only battlefield where Noah has the advantage... a court of law – though in doing so he risks public exposure of his darkest secret, a secret so shocking that its revelation could cost him everything: the love of the only woman who can offer him happiness, his livelihood... even his life.


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