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Cora is kidnapped, and her mother, Demi, accompanied by another daughter, Sophia, starts out to find Cora. The two think they know who has kidnapped Cora. They know they must find Uncle Theo, who will help them. Early in the search they find a golden ball which Uncle Theo has left for them. They become assured that Uncle Theo will leave clues along the way for them to follow. The clues are tricky and unexpected, but they lead Demi and Sophia on a series of adventures and at last they find Cora, but Cora is not the same person she was when she was kidnapped.
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William Tudor is a retired Episcopal minister who lives in the Pacific Northwest. During his years of active ministry he and his family lived in the East and the Midwest as well as for seven years in Medellín, Colombia. His maternal grandfather and his mother were published writers. His brother Steve was a noted poet. Bill’s interest in Greek myths is long standing, but only lately has he delved more deeply into them. Aiding and abetting that interest is his love of words. During the writing of Theo’s Tricks that interest was naturally turned to the Greek language, since there are countless words in English of Greek origin. In writing Theo’s Tricks, he incorporated several hundred of these words into the text. His contact with Greek began in college when he was required learn the Greek alphabet and in seminary where he studied the Greek New Testament. He is far from expert, but he can puzzle out written Greek words a bit and is pretty sure he knows a Greek/English word when he sees one.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publis, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111481946161