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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 15, 2010 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Researcher Jane Percy Brown is fascinated by the extraordinarily vivid pictures of antiquities and artifacts taken by photographer Caulder Macgregor. Needing more material for his book, he asks her to come with him on his travels. But is there a deeper reason behind his search for the unusual? Is the sinister stranger who follows them the dangerous instigator of kidnapping and attempted murder? During exploration of strange, ancient places, three brave men, a Croatian, an Albanian and a Macedonian, are determined to protect Caulder and Percy and prevent a terrible destruction that could spread fear across the world.
 

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British-born Barbara and engineer husband Gerald, have explored areas of Africa where no white woman had been; judged an international dance competition at an African Durbar; endured the kidnapping of their daughter Rachel--and thankfully, her rescue; danced at the Queens State Ball in Accra; played golf on the King of Nepals golf course; even escaped riots in Pakistan by hanging a black (the rioters symbolic colour) cocktail dress from the flagpole of their house. She has taught on four different continents; produced Shakespeare, acted in Shaw and written a play for 90 children. Her more recent projects have involved her in the design and construction of their home, and finally, a new church building. Now she happily lives quietly with her husband on top of a mountain in Tennessee, leaving exciting adventures to her four children.

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