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Honor Mamath Takes Readers on an Historic Adventure in Her Book “Roy’s Daughters in an Age of Despots”

Author Honor Mamath lived in Europe for two years during President Kennedy’s Assassination in 1963.


“A book that gives readers a perfect glimpse of various historical events in the 1960s.”

“Roy’s Daughters in an Age of Despots” is a short story about two American sisters raised by their mother in San Francisco while their father works in a classified job for the State Department.

The story highlights the experiences of the Sanders sisters in the 1960s. One is a rebel who joins FSM, a fledging civil rights group. The other sister waits to join her husband, a soldier on an American military base just before the Berlin Crisis of 1961.

Roy Sanders, their father, learns of a second threat to world peace, the Cuban Missile Crisis In the summer of 1962. The novel “Roy’s Daughters in an Age of Despots” gains momentum as the characters react to conflict coming from homegrown and global tyrants.

“Roy’s Daughters in an Age of Despots”
Author | Honor Mamath
Published date | June 3, 2022
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Genre | Dramatic Historical Fiction

Author Bio

Honor Mamath lived in Europe for two years on a military base in 1962 and 1963, during President Kennedy’s assassination. Since that shock to the world, she has been interested in what history can teach us. Later, she earned her high school teaching credentials and was a substitute teacher at four high schools in California. She taught a business college in the 1980s. Her interest in historical adventures and human relationships inspires her plots and stories.

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