Time Trippers: The Nights of the Round Table – Free on Kindle March 28 thru April Fool’s Day!   Leave a comment

Spring Break Promotion!

Free on Kindle March 28 thru April Fool’s Day!


Take a break this spring from all the spring break festivities and take a moment to relax and (hopefully) enjoy this adventure in time travel! Take a walk back with us to the last week of September, 1927 to visit New York City in the Jazz Age and see Babe Ruth hit his record-breaking 60th home run.

However, thanks to a series of interesting and seemingly harmless chance encounters, this  innocent trip back in time causes events to begin to spin out of control, involving bootleggers, gamblers, gangsters and kidnapping threatening the future as we know it. Along the way though, hang out with the incomparably witty Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, Harpo Marx and others of the world-famous Algonquin Hotel’s Round Table, the beating heart of New York’s Jazz Age culture. Meet Dorothy’s friend, F. Scott Fitzgerald; run into a young and as yet unknown James Cagney, Ben ‘Bugsy’ Siegel, a certain Japanese Navy midshipman (naval cadet) and many others.

Based on actual events, this is a historically accurate trip back to the past when modern America was born and women experienced their first liberation.


The Algonquin Round Table
From the left: Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, Franklin Pierce Adams (FPA), Robert Sherwood, Harpo Marx, Harold Ross, Alexander Woollcott and others. Painting in the Algonquin Hotel’s Rose Room

If you liked ‘Midnight in Paris’ or ‘Boardwalk Empire’ and enjoy Jack Finney’s ‘Time and Again,’ then you might like this book too! Enjoy! Available on Amazon both Paperback and Kindle editions!

Time Trippers: The Nights of the Round Table Amazon Page


Posted March 12, 2013 by mikeile51 in The Books

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