David K. Bryant started writing fiction after retiring from journalism and public relations. He states, “The books waited their turn during all the years I wrote articles, features, speeches and promotional material for other people.” David’s prestigious career includes running a district office for a daily newspaper, helping to introduce professional PR into the British police service and promoting a major parliamentary Bill for Margaret Thatcher’s government.
David resides in the UK and continues to write historical fiction novels.
Beyond the Last Hill
On the verge of world crisis, Major Dan Barrington of the US Army and Sally Fisher, a newspaper journalist, try to unravel secrets held by the British authorities — codes and confidential information denied to the United States government. They quickly find themselves enmeshed in a net of intrigue, suspicious death, and personal danger. Soon they realize that they must uncover the difference between deceit and reality to prevent the catastrophe that could be launched from Beyond the Last Hill.
(Release date: February 1, 2017)
The Dust of Cannae
When the biggest army ever raised by Rome is annihilated, seven people’s lives are upturned. Their fates intertwine as they face the dangers of war and the wilderness. Based on real events and rich in historical fact, The Dust of Cannae explores the fears, hopes, passions, and failiings of its characters against the backdrop of Rome’s own struggle to survive.
(release date: November 1, 2019)