A Call to Duty
This novel is the third and final book of the life of James Raymond. He is asked by President Woodrow Wilson to return to the Greek island of Piros to request ships from his old friend, Petra Karpus, to help supply England and her allies in World War I. James accepts his mission and is off on another trek that brings his adopted brother, Billy Ryan, to Europe to share in the adventure. Many interesting characters are introduced in Europe. James' travel then takes him back to America where a series of adventures develop. One of these adventures takes him back to Cadiz, Spain where after this first visit there (featured in the previous book, The Miracle) he is known as Saint Jaime. This novel also brings back many of the characters from Table Mountain and the Murphy ranch where most of the central characters are brought to their conclusions. The last chapter brings James Raymond back to Table Mountain to a poignant ending. In many ways I think this is the most interesting book of the trilogy as a biographer is writing James' story and brings out untold stories of many of the original characters.
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