Newton Frohlich kicks off his publicity campaign this weekend for his newly released historical novel 1492: A Novel of Christopher Columbus, the Spanish Inquisition, and a World at the Turning Point.
Newton will be featured on radio and in the media throughout the U.S.
A vivid tapestry of passion and political intrigue, 1492 separates the facts from the myths surrounding the voyage of Columbus. It reveals little-known personal details about Columbus, including his complex relationships with both Christians and Jews, and why he felt compelled to hide his true identity and background. A vivid tapestry of passion and political intrigue, 1492 depicts a crucial moment in world history—with sobering parallels to today.