Fateful Decisions – A Historical Thriller Set During the Turbulent History of the Early Twentieth Century
A family saga spanning two generations against the backdrop of historical world events
Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure fiction, Historical Romance, Military History
Formats: Book, Kindle and Audiobook
The dominoes collapse around Rachel, affecting family, friends and strangers alike. Is it fate or is there a sinister force at work? Or both? Ultimately, will Rachel regret her decision when she learns how it impacted others?
Set in both America and Europe, history and fiction intertwine. Events like the Russian Revolution, Prohibition, the Great Depression and the world wars influence the characters’ lives and their decisions to love, betray, forgive and reconcile.
“From the sinking of the Lusitania by a German G-20 torpedo, the suffrage movement that leads to the women’s right to vote, to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, FATEFUL DECISIONS is an epic tale spanning from 1915 to 1946. Touching on major themes of love, family, friendship, betrayal, and forgiveness, the author brings history to life and shows how wars and personal decisions can forever change the lives of individual people. A great read for historical fiction fans who will appreciate the meticulous details of real events.”
– Patricia Panahi, author of VEIL OF WALLS
“D’Silva writes a story which places you right into the action from page one. With a wide variety of characters and a historical setting, it is sure to appeal to readers of various backgrounds and interests.”
– Luke Edison – author of Valcarion: Sacrifices
“Against the backdrop of two World Wars, D’Silva creates a fast paced story of romance complete with tragedy and intrigue.”
– Terez Peipins, author of Snow Clues and The Shadow of Silver Birch
Other Reviews (Please click to view)
Coffee Pot Book Club Award – Mary Anne Yarde from the Coffee Pot Book Club
Montreal Times – (A lovely review by Stuart Nulman from the Montreal Times. I love how he has compared my book to Taylor Cadwell’s best selling novel, Captains and Kings. The review is on page 17 when you open the pdf)