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We just returned from spending a couple days at a couple state parks in Arkansas, Mt. Magazine Lodge and Mather Lodge. It was a nice trip with beautiful landscape all around us. We enjoyed it in spite of the unrelenting rain and fog. I can only imagine how much better it would have been if the sun had been shining. 

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The Nestorian Alliance: A Jack Trader Adventure (Mystery & Thrillers)
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Description: The location of Noah’s Ark has been one of history’s most intriguing mysteries. Believed to be on Mt. Ararat, it still eludes all seekers. The year is 1952 and a well worn amulet has been discovered in a collection at the Denver Museum of Natural History with etchings on it’s back indicating the true location of the Ark. Jack, a geologist/archeologist and avid Ark enthusiast, is made aware of the discovery and wastes no time in preparing for an immediate departure to Turkey with his two best friends and partners. Through a network of agents, Joseph Stalin also learns about the discovery. He is determined to find the Ark first and destroy it. Stalin is still vengeful from being kicked out of seminary school many years earlier. Major Anna Petrova volunteers for the mission to Colorado with orders to retrieve the amulet at all cost. The Nestorian Brotherhood has been protecting Noah’s Ark for centuries in a location known only to them and they will do anything to keep it safe and hidden. They are well prepared. The man in black is their first defense and possibly their last.

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A Dream of Storms by William J. Kenney
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An enjoyable and captivating fantasy with well developed characters, and some unlikely alliances. Magic, stone trolls, elves, and a reluctant hero attempt to stop evil from spreading into their realm. I recommend to any fantasy fan.
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Toll the Bell by C.P. Bialois
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An assassin agrees to kill his long-time friend and mentor on the historic Titanic cruise. Can he go through with it?Further complications arise as he unexpectedly finds love on board. Is it real or is she playing him for a fool? A recommended read.
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Taerak's Void by M.R. Mathias
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First book in the Fantastica series. This story has everything you would want in a fantasy novel - dwarfs, elves, dragons, magic, and even young love. The character development and world building are well done. A recommended read.
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Eversong by A.C. Salter
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This was an intriguing and unique fantasy story about Elora, a girl about to discover her otherworldly origin and what's expected from her in both worlds. All the characters were well thought out, ranging from fairies to Vikings. I highly recommend t ...more
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Number 13 by M.G. Wells
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A unique story of action-packed adventure for MG and YA readers. A clever blend of fantasy and the real world. The story is told from the viewpoint of Jessica, a not-so-typical 13-year-old. It is fast-paced with a cast of unforgettable colorful chara ...more
Michael Watson is finished with Stealing Time: A unique twist on time travel. Think Quantum Leap. The main character, Ronnie, enters the body of another young lady in 1752 London causing immediate confusion as well as disastrous results. The cultural differences between now and then were enlightening and disturbing, key elements to the suspense throughout. It was obvious there was a great deal of research into the history of the time. A story worth reading.
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The Bone Labyrinth by James Rollins
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A fantastic adventure of non-stop action with a masterful mix of fact and fiction. Specialized genetic research draws the wrong attention leading to danger and what could be the hidden treasures and knowledge of Atlantis. Highly recommended.
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Romeo, Juliet, Petie & Me by Melinda Matthews
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This is a heart-warming short story of the author's recollection and tribute to her special collie named Petie when she was a girl. It will bring back your own fond memories. You won't be disappointed.
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Tom Blubaugh Hi Michael,

Thanks for joining my circle of friends.



Lucinda Dear Michael,
I would like to thank you so much for your friendship request here on GoodReads. I very much look forward to discussing books with you, and hope in the future to have chance to read some of your work.
Kind Regards
Lucinda x

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Simon Thanks for seeking me out, Mike.

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