A historical novel and love story of King Philip’s New England war to drive the colonists out of America

Until I Have No Country

by Michael J. Tougias

Wampanoag warrior Tamoset has joined the great tribal leader Philip (Metacom) in a war to drive the colonists out of New England. He leaves his wife and child to fulfill his tribal duty on the warpath, which changes his life forever.
Quinna, a beautiful Nipmuck woman, watches as Tamoset’s sacrifices and sees the changes he undergoes as the war rages on. She is independent and strong-willed, following a path of her own as her world is turned upside down.
Colonist John Homer fights to protect the farm he has carved out of the wilderness. Through a twist of fate his life collides with Tamoset’s and Quinna’s with consequences no one can foresee.
A historical thriller and love story, with dramatic re-creation of terrible battles, Until I Have No Country is a sweeping novel of King Philip’s Indian War. True to historical facts this is a unique tale of war’s casualties and personal sacrifices. Tamoset’s journey is both unforgettable and inspiring.

ISBN 978–1-938985-32-4 • 5.5 x 8.5 paperback • 258 pgs • $16.95