Little known facts of the 1930s added authenticity The Sky-Crasher. Experience the courage of early aviators and how they live on through historical fiction.
This little-known fact about Gilmore the flying lion was likely inspiration for L. Ron Hubbard’s big cat air adventure Man-Killers of the Air.
Little-known facts about British Naval Commander Lord Nelson, the Napoleonic Wars, and L. Ron Hubbard’s Mister Tidwell, Gunner—an unlikely hero.
The little-known fact about Alexander the Great’s march across the 200-mile desert inspires historical fiction adventure Tomb of the Ten Thousand Dead.
L. Ron Hubbard’s meticulous research added authenticity to his realistic fiction. This little-known fact is from Inky Odds, a China-Japanese War story.
The little known facts from meticulous research add authenticity to L. Ron Hubbard’s fiction. This one takes you to Africa when building Sudan railway.