Harris L. Kligman
7TH NOVEL RELEASE REVEALED
Updated: May 23, 2022
Harris L. Kligman, author of Spy, Adventure, Mystery and Historical novels, unveils his next book release title. "Hakoah" is a historical novel that follows the lives of a young man and woman who become intertwined as they struggle to survive during the Zealots' rebellion, 66-70 AD, against Roman rule in Judaea.
Confronted with hostility and death from mercenaries, Roman Legionnaires and their own people, they discover something that binds them together as they struggle to live for another day.
We sat with the author to get a little more color on his seventh novel and second release of 2022.
According to Harris L. Kligman, "as a student of history I was always fascinated with Rome, and the Roman Legion. The legionnaires were an elite group of soldiers, the very best military organization of their time. Roman military policies were the primary reason for the expansion of the Roman empire.
A legionnaire had to be over 17 years old and a Roman citizen. Every new recruit had to be fighting-fit. Anyone who was weak or too short was rejected. Legionnaires signed up for at least 25 years of service.
Legionnaires were trained in the latest tactics of war and were well equipped. As the Roman Empire grew, the army consisted of men captured during those wars and formed into auxiliary units. By the year 211 the number of legionnaires grew to a peak of approximately 450,000 men in 33 Legions and about 400 auxiliary units."
"Hakoah" is now available across Amazon!
Published book titles available by Harris L. Kligman include "The Profession," "The Shaolin Covenant," "Her Father's Daughter," "Life Impossible,", "The Dark" , "The Original Alphabet Gang" "The Day the Night Did Not Come" and "Kill Alexis Markovic"
"Kill Alexis Markovic," "Her Father's Daughter" and "The Shaolin Covenant" audio books are also available for purchase through Audible, iTunes and Amazon. Audible stores will distribute each title in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Australia, and Japan.