Sean Dennis Cashman worked as a historian for New York University Press, an editor for the Ford Foundation and a music and theatre journalist for the New Haven Register. He taught at the University of Manchester, New York University and Adelphi University on Long Island where he was dean of arts and sciences. His America in the Gilded Age is a classic. In this novel, he draws from his varied life to create a vivid tapestry mixing history, fantasy and satire. Kings buried in Westminster Abbey rise on All Souls' Eve. They entertain a New York family for a scary price. OTHER BOOKS BY SDC INCLUDE: America in the Gilded Age America in the Age of the Titans: The Progressive Era and World War I America Ascendant: From Theodore Roosevelt to FDR in the Century of American Power, 1901-1945 War in Pieces 1: Ivan the Terrible from Tulsa War in Pieces 2: The Holly Wood Years of Ivan the Terrible Luke Reader, blind detective
Midnight in Westminster Abbey
The English kings who rise from their graves in Westminster Abbey on All Souls' Eve are in a terrible fix. They want visiting New Yorker Charlie Chancer to use his special IT skills to steal abbey funds and send them off to queens who have already come to life and escaped the abbey.