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SET IN 1908-1910 SAN FRANCISCO, THE MAXWELL VENDETTA AND THE SECOND VENDETTA DESCRIBE A FAMILY’S STRUGGLE AGAINST A MARAUDER INTENT ON DESTROYING EVERY TRACE OF THEM AND THEIR LEGACY.

WITH THE E-BOOK AT JUST $2.99, AND  THE PAPERBACK AT $10.99 (2ND VENDETTA ONLY) THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BARGAINS IN LITERARY HISTORY. JUST CLICK ON A COVER IMAGE TO BUY IMMEDIATELY.

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THE MAXWELL VENDETTA

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THE SECOND VENDETTA

 

comprise two volumes of a trilogy of historical thrillers set in 19th and early twentieth century San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada. The third, entitled BONITA is nearing completion and will appear in due time. For a peek inside the covers of all three, click right here:  COMING ATTRACTIONS

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KROOZING KERALA   It’s like California, is the Indian state of Kerala in that it contains both huge mountains and a bountiful seacoast. But that’s about the end of the similarity. Instead of high-altitude conifers and snow-capped peaks, the Kerala … Continue reading

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OUT OF LIVING STONE Gather round folks it’s time for another deity tale. This one is from one of our very first stops in the tour, Mamallapuram. As everyone knows, all the waters in the earth flow from the milky … Continue reading

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RANDOM NOTES THAT MARRIAGE THING How many America  girls between ages, say, 14-18 are anxiously waiting to find out whom their parents will choose for their husband? While you’re counting all the hands that didn’t go up, consider that arranged … Continue reading

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TEMPLE RUN  What an unfun blogslog it would be to conduct a didactic step-by-step tour of each Hindu temple we’ve visited. Not going to happen here, so it’s safe to keep reading. You don’t need a doctorate to tell a … Continue reading

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PEOPLE OF TAMILMADU (A MAIN STATE OF SOUTHERN INDIA) We’ve been to a number of Hindu temples and a palace and a couple of mansions, seen great art and learned history galore. However, we most of us travel for the people-to-people … Continue reading