Timothy Kestrel’s novels hook your imagination, and take you on a wild ride you never forget. Call it historical fiction – call it literary wizardry, Kestrel’s style goes beyond simple storytelling, giving readers something to care about.
To me, history is full of life and color. Even the most accurate historian cannot tell exactly what happened in any specific point in time. As a writer of fiction, I explore that gap of uncertainty.
Timothy (or Timo) Kestrel’s work is inspired by a deep fascination with the past, and the mysteries inherent in every historical period. “To me, history is full of life and color,” muses Timo, “Even the most accurate historian cannot tell exactly what happened in any specific point in time. As a writer of fiction, I explore that gap of uncertainty.”
Kestrel’s writing is enriched by a lifetime of exploration and adventure. He has translated comic novels like Judge Dredd and The Dirty Pair, and subtitled myriad megahits in both TV and film. A Fellow of the School of Stoic Philosophy, Timo was the first in over 2000 years to graduate on the original site of the school at Stoa Poikile in Athens, Greece, where the original Stoics congregated in ancient times.
While his work is steeped in history and philosophy, Timothy Kestrel’s achievements aren’t merely academic. He earned the coveted Ranger tab while serving with the US Army Rangers, and his military work led him on missions in both Central America and the Caribbean.
A veteran writer, Timo is currently based out of NYC and London. He continues to delve into the unknown, using his rich imagination to breathe life into fascinating characters, unforgettable places, and irresistible stories.
When you pick up a Timothy Kestrel novel, you’re holding a ticket to an incredible world of action, adventure, and excitement.
“Timothy M. Kestrel weaves a coherent and riveting story which will have the reader turning the pages faster than a high-propelled fan.”
“Kestrel creates an interesting story about a time not often explored in literature. His characters are worth cheering for — creating the tension and urgency that keeps the story moving forward.”