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Hello from Ohio, USA!

The Genealogists: On Holy Ground has been published and can be purchased at the following websites:

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Amazon USA
http://www.Amazon.com/dp/0615799159

Amazon England
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Genealogists-Holy-Ground-Immortals-Heaven/dp/0615799159

And Amazon's European Websites

The book is "Dedicated to The Legend of the Wandering Jew"

The following paragraphs are from Chapter 26

The molten creature flapped its extensive wings, creating a powerful wind gust that sent Shade flying through the air and slammed him against the pulpit behind him, shortening his backward flight. Forcing himself back up fast, Shade jumped with a painful grunt and ran back between the thing and the man.

The demon—if that’s what it was—glared at him through glowing red pupils set amid dirty mustard-yellow whites. Bending his hot steaming head backward, he swung it back down while thrusting it forward and released a long hot blast of blazing fire at Shade.

"Special Thanks" to those who have backed the book.

Jane Lawry --- Seaphlake@aol.com

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The discovery of a map leads Casper Elliott and her recovering, drug addicted, son, Shade, to an isolated cemetery. Hoping to help her son conquer his demons, Casper convinces him to research one of the graves, unaware of the ill effects the old burial ground has on its visitors.

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