The Beginning (Adventures in Valdore Book 1) As a young man he dreamed of adventure and traveling to the kingdoms he heard about as a boy. In the spring of his fifteenth year he left his home in search of that adventure, but destiny had a bigger plan. Unknown to him his heritage has been hidden from him and those that were to tell him decide not to. While a few others know who is he is, they too do not tell him of his heritage. One of those that know would become his trainer, friend and partner in adventure. He meets and is loved by a young girl who leaves her life behind to join them. As the three begin their adventures some of his inherited destiny begins to show. However he does not see it and would not believe it even if he did. Perhaps one day he will believe it and finally know his destiny. Until that day comes he will have his sword to believe in.
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Tales from the Strange Mind of Me: Short Stories and Essays is a collection of writing that draws on the memories, life, and family of the author. They are tied together by life events, the pursuit of love, happiness and memories and not necessarily things that actually happened in real life. I think that you will enjoy them, I know I have enjoyed writing them and sharing them with you.
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Second in the series Tales from the Strange Mind of Me; Poems from the Strange Mind of Me – Love and other Possibly Icky Things is a collection of works of my writing covering a small range of topics including Life, Love, Liberty and growing up. The poems included in this collection have been known to make the reader shed a tear, laugh, smile, and yes sometimes make them wonder. I hope that you will enjoy your short trip through The Strange Mind of Me!
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Deadly Pawn is a crime/mystery novel set in the 30’s just after the end of prohibition.
Coming from a long line of money he is the black sheep of the family. His Grandfather got him interested in solving crimes when he was a boy. At seventeen he was carrying twin forty-fives and a U.S. Marshals badge. Only to leave the service at the height of prohibition or what he likes to call ‘that nasty little dry spell’. Now the hard drinking, heavy smoking Dawson is a part time gumshoe that gets involved in cases mostly out of curiosity.
When he is sent a note asking him to be in front of the Barbershop it would be curiosity that would make him go.
When the person who invited him doesn’t show up, it would be curiosity that wouldn’t let him leave.
When the owner of a pawn shop is murdered it would be curiosity that would get him to help his longtime friend and detective find out who killed him.
Curiosity killed the cat they say, but then again they don’t know Dawson.