"William D. McEachern has reached into history and brought it to life for the reader. CALEDONIA tells the fascinating story of the tumultuous formation of Great Britain, and will make you want more books from this talented author."Robert N. Macomber
Award-winning author of the Honor Series
About the Author
William D. McEachern hails from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, where he lives with his wife. He is the father of three children. Mr. McEachern is a graduate of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, where he was awarded his Bachelor's Degree, Fordham University School of Law in New York City from which he received his Juris Doctor Degree, and New York University School of Law where he received his Master's in Law Degree in Taxation. He practiced trusts and estates and tax law for thirtyseven years before becoming a fulltime novelist of historical fiction. An avid reader of history, he thoroughly researches and travels extensively to lend authenticity and realism to his works. His interests are the Roman Empire, Early Christianity, Scotland, and United States History with a particular emphasis on the American Civil War. Mr. McEachern's first novel, Casting Lots, which is the life story of the Centurion who presided over the Crucifixion, garnered excellent reviews. Casting Lots is the first in a series of novels about the Roman Empire and Early Christianity. Caledonia: A Song of Scotland, which also begins a series of novels, speaks to Mr. McEachern's Scottish and Celtic roots.