Historical Fiction Mystery Novels by Gene Pisasale American Revolution to Fine Art- Brandywine Valley Reflections by Gene PisasaleThe Forgotten Star by Gene PisasaleLafayette's Gold- The Lost Brandywine Treasure by Gene PisasaleAbandoned Address- The Secrets of Frick's Lock by Gene PisasaleVineyard Days by Gene Pisasale The Sanderson Museum by Gene Pisasale

Historical Mystery Novels by Gene Pisasale

The Forgotten Star

The Forgotten Star is an historical fiction novel of the War of 1812 and true-life mysteries surrounding a 200-year old American icon- the Star-Spangled Banner. After viewing the venerated flag at the Smithsonian, the main characters are intrigued by something critical missing from the pennant. Their journey of discovery takes them to three historic forts on the East Coast (Fort Mifflin, Fort McHenry and Fort Delaware), through the back streets of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. and eventually to a long forgotten subterranean chamber where they make a find of critical significance to the history of our nation. The gripping narrative of this forgotten and often misunderstood war along with their interaction with Freemasons, historians, park rangers and heroes from our past is a magnificent tale detailing the fabric of our nation. The book is dedicated to all our Veterans. Learn more

Abandoned Address- The Secret of Frick's Lock - Video Trailer

Natalie finds a dusty old box in the abandoned 18th century town of Frick's Lock in historic Chester County, Pennsylvania- not knowing it holds clues to the greatest inventors and creations of the Industrial Revolution. She and Jim pursue varied leads which take them to the notorious Pennhust Asylum and Henry Ford's Greenfield Village- a museum dedicated to some of the world's best known inventors. Their discovery sheds light on the history of our country- and the find of the century. Abandoned Address is an historical fiction about real life abandoned sites in Chester County, PA and mysteries of the Industrial Revolution. Learn more

Lafayette's Gold- The Lost Brandywine Treasure - Video Trailer

Set in the beautiful Brandywine Valley outside Philadelphia, "Lafayette's Gold" is a fictional mystery thriller about the Battle of the Brandywine which occurred on September 11, 1777. The story highlights George Washington, the Marquis de Lafayette (a 'Founding Son' of the American Revolution), weaving in a modern day mystery involving shady antiquities dealers and hidden treasure. The book should appeal to history buffs, mystery lovers and all those who want to learn more about our heritage. Learn more

Vineyard Days - Video Trailer

Vineyard Days is set in Martha's Vineyard- the world-famous playground of the rich- during the dog days of the 2008 market crash. It’s where Jim and Natalie are expecting to spend a relaxing, uneventful vacation, but all that changes when police discover a bizarre double murder and Jim gets his hands on a mysterious satchel which washed up on the beach. Smart and savvy, Vineyard Days deliciously describes the sights, sounds and tastes of the Vineyard while weaving in a tale about murder, fraud and the unknown lengths some will take to attain and keep money – even if it means dying for it. Learn more

 

Narratives by Gene Pisasale

American Revolution to Fine Art - Brandywine Valley Reflections

The Brandywine Valley has witnessed the largest land battle in America up until the Civil War, been the home for three signers of the Declaration of Independence and a crucible for progress in art, science and industry. American Revolution to Fine Art- Brandywine Valley Reflections takes the reader on a journey along forgotten crossroads, to mines which helped fuel the Industrial Revolution and celebrations like Chadds Ford Days and The Great Pumpkin Carve which showcase the rich heritage of the region, one of the three original counties of the Keystone State outlined by William Penn more than 300 years ago. This book will thrill history buffs and casual readers who want to learn more about the fascinating history of the region. Learn more

The Christian Sanderson Museum - Tom Thompson Remembers

This museum, located in scenic Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania is dedicated to the memory of one man - Chris Sanderson, a musician, lecturer and historian who chronicled our heritage. Upon Chris's death, his friend Tom Thompson was given the task of sorting through the more than 18,000 artifacts in Chris's collection. Thompson along with Andrew Wyeth and others created this "undiscovered gem" of a museum we have today.

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