Bio: Harry James Fox was born in the mountains of western Colorado, an area featured in his novels. He has worked as a cowboy, an intelligence officer with the US Army, and had a career in natural resource management with the Bureau of Land Management, US Department of the Interior. He served a wartime tour of duty in Vietnam, working closely with Australian forces there. His training in the biology of natural wild-lands is reflected in the imagery of his writings. In fact, the landscape of his books have been likened to a major character in its own right. He makes his home in the deserts of southern New Mexico, but usually spends part of the year in North Carolina to be close to his grandchildren. He enjoys horses, the outdoors, elk hunting, long walks in the desert, and story-telling. He loves the local cuisine, particularly green chiles. He likes a cup of hot tea with friends. patriotic parades and bluegrass music. He dislikes chocolate, long speeches, and the need to wear reading glasses.
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Donald of Fisher, lore-man, unlikely hero, is searching the mountains for his lost Rachel. Responsible for the deaths of her parents and her capture by the Raiders, he leaves Stonegate in disgrace. The false
Prophet’s armies are on the move, filled with hatred for the cities and towns of the rugged mountains and the plains to the East. Is Donald to become yet another victim, or is he, just possibly, the deliverer promised in prophecy? How could he make a difference in a war to shape the future of a continent? How could he find one small captive in a wilderness teeming with enemies?
Bronze Medal in the “Fiction: Fantasy/Alternate History” category of the 2016 Global Ebook Awards
Review: A wonderfully told story of character, faith, and military action set in the future…which seems like the past! Harry James Fox scores with a unique story that blends the past with an apocalyptic future to produce an adventure of character, faith, and military action.– Rob Ballister Military Writer’s Society of America
The Stonegate Sword by Harry James Fox blends together everything a fantasy reader enjoys. The story takes place in the future but harkens back to the Middle Ages with warriors racing on horses and fighting in armor.There’s romance, action, humor, and even some religion. Fox displays adept writing skills, creating a novel that does not disappoint. –Red City Review