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Boyd Morrison Author- THE ARK

THE ARK

by Boyd Morrison

“There a theories abounding about the Ark (no, not the Covenant)- that huge wooden boat that some people think sits on a mountain called Ararat on the border of Turkey and Iran. Archaeologist Dilar Kenner’s father is missing and she doesn’t if he’s still alive. His life’s work was to find Noah’s Ark. An old friend calls her and tells her he knows something very, very important regarding her father, that she is in danger and so are billions of other people. She meets him in an airport lounge and as he’s trying to tell that she’s not safe, he is murdered- right in front of her. Thus begins a frantic pace to keep from getting killed and find the answers to this puzzle. The action carries you along while you hold your breath to find out what’s going to happen next. It’s a fabulous adventure chock full of interesting places in the world and curious information and ideas about Noah’s Ark. It’s meticulously researched and has a chilling conclusion that you don’t want to miss. Pocket Star pap, $7.99.” – BD

Mysterious Galaxy Books
7051 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. #302
San Diego, California 92111
(858) 268-4747
http://www.mystgalaxy.com

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Jan Cleere Author- LEVI’S & LACE: ARIZONA WOMEN WHO MADE HISTORY

LEVI’S & LACE: ARIZONA WOMEN WHO MADE HISTORY

by Jan Cleere

Jan Cleere is delighted to report that her latest book, LEVI’S & LACE: ARIZONA WOMEN WHO MADE HISTORY, has just been released by Rio Nuevo Publishers. “The publisher did a marvelous job with the layout and photos. LEVI’S & LACE tells the story of over 35 women from the mid 1800’s to the mid 1900’s who had an impact on the development of the state. “The publisher also included a listing of women from the book who have honored by induction into the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame and Prescott’s Sharlot Hall Territorial Memorial Rose Garden. They also added an Arizona Timeline and references for each chap;ter. Lots of good stuff! It is available at Amazon.com

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 40. No. 3 June/July 2011

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