Carolina Bays

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 204 pages
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Carolina Bays is an action/mystery adventure in which Rick Parker, a freelance investigator, gets caught up into an investigation that he is not sure how to solve. His persistence in the truth leads him from one mystery to another while endangering his family and friends. Although Carolina Bays is fictional, the author uses real places and events to justify the plot. The mysteries of the more than 500,000 bays scattered across the Mid-Atlantic states have been documented and studied for centuries. The author, David C Terry was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina where he lived until attending college in South Carolina. After graduation, he served four years in the United States Coast Guard. He is married to Charlene and lives in Jacksonville, NC. They have one daughter, Kimberley and three sons, Brian, Christian and Mark. Carolina Bays is the third book written by the author. His other books are: The Vortex A Gift From Afar David C. Terry
 

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Sci-fi story behind the very real geological facts that Carolina Bays do exist, can be seen from the air, can be studied on the ground and are of unknown origin. Google Carolina Bays to see photos ... Read full review

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Contents

I Didnt Want to Act Stupid
1
Another Family Disappears in Singletary Lake
8
This Shouldnt Take Very Long
13
You Aint Got No Business Around Here Snooping
17
Moms Blowed Up Like a Bullfrog
28
How Will I Know That You Are Okay
33
He Sure Did Scare the Hell Out of Me
38
I Felt the Hot Breath of Something on My Neck
46
We Heard a Loud Scream
90
I Tried to Warn You the Last Time
104
It Will Be Over Before You Know It
115
Something Inside the Hole
125
Helmut the Butcher
132
I Think We Got Him
141
It is Requested That You Come With Us
146
Well You Still Havent Solved the Mystery
160

It Just Doesnt Make Sense
52
There Was Something Out There
64
Marks Were Not Done by Any Animals
72
Dont Make Any Sudden Movements
80
We Need to Expose Them
170
He Didnt Seem Surprised
180
Our Job is Done
187
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