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Strings of Connection chronicles the Harper family line from the late 1600's to the present day. It combines the basic tenets of Wiccan beliefs and practices with a witty and creative story line designed to be an introduction of Wiccan ideals to those unfamiliar, and a fun romp of magickal possibilities to those that are. After being run from their homeland by the church for their Pagan beliefs, the family arrives on the shores of America to continue learning and practicing the craft, only to be met again by prejudice against their religion. The townspeople are murdered, and their town is taken over by a ruthless gang. Generations later, a family member is pulled by the strings of the universe to uncover the heinous crime, and to set free the spirits of his fallen family. Follow Hank's quest to reveal the truth, and learn what powers he discovers he has along the way...
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Durk Simmons began his unexpected career as a novelist with the publication of this, his first book. Before writing Strings of Connection, he was employed on cruise ships ported in San Juan Puerto Rico, which allowed him to travel extensively. After majoring in Psychology in college, he served 11 years in the United States Army, 1st as an aviation mechanic, and later as a Cobra attack helicopter pilot. Then, after massage school, he worked on several movies and TV productions as the personal holistic massage therapist to such celebrities as Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan and Lauren Becall. He feels that what has most qualified him to write this series is his love for Mother Earth, and his fear of what is happening to her, a fear shared by all Wiccans. Durk Simmons lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his wife and kids, where he rides his Harley Davidson, and where they all enjoy the Chesapeake Bay and beauty the watershed area provides.
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Book Description AuthorHouse. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory # 2822421284