About Sam Nash
Sam grew up in a little rural community in the south of Northamptonshire, England. Having achieved a degree in biology, and a PGCE at Leicester University, Sam went on to teach secondary school students for twenty years.
The urge to write never left Sam. Her pulse-pounding international espionage stories will have you on the edge of your seat. The Aurora Conspiracies, is a science fiction thriller series packed with fast action, tight plots and shocking twists.
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She also writes historical fiction thrillers under the pen name Sam Taw.
Sam's work under the pen name, Sam Taw, is set during the transition period between the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in the South West of Britain.
The books follow on from each other, starting with Pagan Rites, a prequel novella, where the tribal Chief declares that it's time for his three sons to track and kill a giant auroch bull, that has already claimed the life of one experienced warrior.
The main books in the series, Pagan Death, Pagan Curse, and Pagan Revenge, are available to read for FREE under Amazon's Kindle Unlimited scheme.
Sam is currently working on the next one in the series, Pagan Rage.
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Three headstrong youngsters.
Two worried elders.
One foolish quest.
It's 700BC and tribal Chieftain, Aebba, has made up his mind. His sons must hunt a deadly auroch bull to prove themselves worthy warriors. Will the boys work together to track and slay the head of the herd, or will petty jealousies and rivalry be their undoing?
Their aunt, Meliora, can see the folly in this challenge. She knows all too well the perils they face and the consequences of failure, but can she stop them falling foul of the giant beast?
Begin your exploration of Tribes of Britain Series and immerse yourself in Late Bronze Age action and adventure.
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