OUTER SPACE AND BEYOND
This fascinating story takes place a hundred years into the 21st century. A group of University science students becomes obsessed with the notion that there must be a hidden planet where our UFO’s come from. After graduation they train as astronauts and embark upon an incredible journey into outer space in search of this mystery planet. DUMA the new Planet is found (Global warming explained)
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This is a book of history … a century of Canadian military history and more! It’s about people and places, war and peace and many things in between. Young men and women eager to serve their country in the Boer War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Peacekeeping, and fight for the freedoms we so dearly cherish today.
The story of Camp Vernon is … young people arriving, training together, and then going off to war … some never to return. It is also, the story of Vernon, the immense impact the Camp had on a 'sleepy little town,' not once but several times during the past century.
Suitable as a reference book in schools and universities.
Co-written by Patrick Sherlock
With foreword by Pierre Burton
Published by Kettle Valley Publishing
THE HOUSE THE CRADLE OF DESTINY
The incredible life story of the Author
THE HOUSE AT THE END OF THE LANE
This is a story about a small village and its people nestled in a valley near the Monashee Mountains in the province of British Columbia. It tells about the growth of this place, I have chosen to call Carebrook, from a tiny village to a thriving city over a period of about eighty years. In the pages of this book the author has attempted to portray the many complexities of everyday life. It borders on fiction and reality in an attempt to reveal everything from romance to tragedy, poverty to riches, and many other aspects of human endurance. It could be called a history book or even a study in sociology. The characters in the story, of course, are fictitious and are in no way a reflection upon anyone I know.
Older readers will recognize the events in these pages similar to events and circumstances in their own lives. Younger readers will get a glimpse of days gone by and perhaps gain a little more knowledge of our heritage and what it is to be Canadian.
At the age of 82 I have enjoyed putting this story to print and hope that my readers will feel the same. I think it is a good read! This is my latest Novel and best seller.
Tales gathered from dining room tables as related by the residents and staff of a typical Retirement Home.
Published by Staples Stationary 2013
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