Frank Sherry

Arkadia
The Ten Thousand were a band of aristocratic mercenary warriors who fought for the losing side in a war far from their own country. To escape their enemies in a now hostile foreign land, they set off to return home, but the journey is treacherous. One of their formations is separated from the main body and must now make its way alone.

Lust, Loathing, Lunacy
A modern tale of one man's political disappointment, personal disintegration, self-denial, spiritual demise, denigration, delusion,
despair, redemption and rebirth.

Mysteriad
Take a crash course in handling the brain: journey the realm of evil with Basil as he’s pursued by his once-loyal companions, Carna and Vijeelis.

Eternity Falls
When a failed writer learns his brother is dying, he embarks on a spiritual quest into his childhood where he must confront his demons and reconcile with his past.

The Pucka-man's Odyssey
The Pucka-man’s Odyssey is a fast-paced tale of murder, myth, magic, slavery—and piracy—in 18th century. The tale is set in Ireland, Africa, the Caribbean, and America.

Talar
Simon Spicer is a lonely, melancholy professor in Maine. A widower, he was once a talented poet but writes no more. At the age of thirty-five, he just exists, aged beyond his years by disappointment. Spice is unaware of the physical and mental properties that set him apart from his fellows and fit him for a bizarre mission—but he will soon find out.

Raiders and Rebels, A History of the Golden Age of Piracy
An authentic history of piracy brought vividly to life.


Pacific Passions
At its widest point north and south the Pacific Ocean measures 8,350 nautical miles. At its widest point east and west it stretches some 9,300 nautical miles. Its 64,186,000 square miles dwarf all the land surfaces of the planet, as well as all other seas. Until 1513 no white man ever knew it existed.

The Devil’s Captain
Sailing as an honest seaman aboard the merchant trader, Princess, bound for the Dark Continent, the young Englishman Bart Roberts is captured by pirates. After quickly learning the buccaneer craft he ends up the captain of the “Royal Fortune”, flying the Black Flag and becoming the scourge of the Atlantic.

Historical fiction.
The lost warriors settle in a foreign land and call their new home "Arkadia."
Fiction
A modern tale of one man's political disappointment, personal disintegration, self-denial, spiritual demise, denigration, delusion, despair, redemption and rebirth.
Take a crash course in handling the brain: journey the realm of evil with Basil as he’s pursued by his once-loyal companions, Carna and Vijeelis.
When a failed writer learns his brother is dying, he embarks on a spiritual quest into his childhood where he must confront his demons and reconcile with his past.
The Pucka-man’s Odyssey is a fast-paced tale of murder, myth, magic, slavery—and piracy—in 18th century. The tale is set in Ireland, Africa, the Caribbean, and America.
Fiction
Simon Spicer is a lonely, melancholy professor in Maine. A widower, he was once a talented poet but writes no more. At the age of thirty-five, he just exists, aged beyond his years by disappointment. Spice is unaware of the physical and mental properties that set him apart from his fellows and fit him for a bizarre mission—but he will soon find out.
1. Non-Fiction
The most authoritative account of the rise and fall of the real "raiders and rebels" who terrorized the seas from 1692 to 1725.
3. Non-Fiction
The European struggle for power in the great ocean in the age of exploration.
2. Fiction
The adventures of “Black Bart” Roberts the most dreaded pirate ever to sail the high seas!