Paw Prints Along the Rhine

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iUniverse, Jan 22, 2010 - Fiction - 264 pages
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Finally, due to great demand, the long awaited sequel to trilogy Paw Prints Through the Ages makes its appearance. This time our intrepid time traveling cat Beauregard and his friends time jump into the violent Burgundian/Swiss wars of the late 1400s. Their adventures in that period are as exciting and remarkable as those they experienced during the crusades. Beau is his usual self, and his bonded human partner Ramn, his friends Raza and Alice, and a few new characters, join him in taking part in and recording the true events of the Burgundian Wars. Like Norms previous novels, this book is a blend of history, fantasy, and science fiction, which means the reader will never be bored. It is also, like all of his other works, a stand alone book, which means you do not have to have read the others to enjoy this one.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
12
Chapter Three
21
Chapter Four
31
Chapter Five
42
Chapter Six
52
Chapter Seven
60
Chapter Eight
70
Chapter Fifteen
134
Chapter Sixteen
142
Chapter Seventeen
151
Chapter Eighteen
159
Chapter Nineteen
166
Chapter Twenty
175
Chapter TwentyOne
183
Chapter TwentyTwo
192

Chapter Nine
78
Chapter Ten
86
Chapter Eleven
95
Chapter Twelve
105
Chapter Thirteen
115
Chapter Fourteen
125
Chapter TwentyThree
200
Chapter TwentyFour
209
Chapter TwentyFive
218
Chapter TwentySix
226
Epilog
233
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Norman E. Stephenson resides in Western North Carolina with his wife Charlotte and son Johnathan when he is not traveling the world in search of new and exciting subjects for his novels. He has been concentrating on the medieval world. Norm’s prior novels range from the end of the 12th century through the 13th. With this book, Norm moves on to an important war in the 15th century, but will soon move forward in time to look at the momentous events of the Russian Civil War, 1919-1920, and the beginnings of what would later become the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency

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