Penned: The Golden Diaries is an historically accurate novel taking Tom d’Angelo through an amazing journey to London, Paris, Boston New York, and on the Grand Tour through France, and Italy. He meets many of the greatest people of the time. It’s a spectacular romp through the second half of the eighteenth-century. The love stories within these pages tugs at the heartstrings of all who read them. It is the love of father for a son, of the son for his wife, and the grandfather for his grandchildren. A stirring, emotional voyage through history.
Penned: The Golden Diaries
Tags: 1760s, 1770s, 1780s, American Revolution, Cleveland Row, England, France, George III, gold, Grand Tour, Italy, London, lost treasure, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Paris, Place Vendome, recovered, silver, St. James's, time travel, treasure, wealth
Author: Robert Angelone
Publisher: Harrison Prescott
Tom d'Angelo is a time traveler fascinated with history and the riches to be found there. He finds financial resources during his travels becoming one of the wealthiest people in his time. His travels take him to England, Europe, and Colonial-era America. Before the American Revolution, he befriends many of the Founding Fathers, supports Washington during the war, and helps establish the first central banks with Hamilton. It is a love story, too. Tom's adopted…