Triptych: A picture on three panels. Each panel tells its own story and contributes to the picture as a whole.
Each of John Van Roekel’s novels tells a story from three intertwined points of view.
The reverse side of the Stefaneschi Triptych by the Italian painter Giotto. Pinacoteca Vaticana, Rome.
Triptych Press is an imprint that publishes the novels of John Van Roekel.
The Pope orders the devout Captain of his Apostolic Guard to assassinate Lorenzo the Magnificent.
But can he commit the murder when he discovers it must be done before the altar of Florence’s Duomo?
Captured in France after D-Day, a young German soldier finds himself in a P.O.W. camp in Michigan, where he is confronted by a hardline Nazi sergeant attempting to cover up the mysterious death of a fellow prisoner.
The epic story of a Buffalo Soldier and the Lakota Sioux girl he rescues at Wounded Knee.