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Hamlet's Quest: The Sugar Creek Anthologies of Jesse Freedom Series Book Two

Judith Robbins

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ISBN 10: 0595300847 / ISBN 13: 9780595300846
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2004
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Hamlet's Quest: The Sugar Creek Anthologies ...

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Hamlet was a homeless boy who lived in a pre-electronic time when the storyteller had an honored place. His own story is told in the rhythm of an age when fairies were real, and life moved deliberately. Modern thrill-seekers might be shocked to learn the truth about the origins of their favorite netherworld elf queens and evil sorcerers.Hamlet spent his childhood at a Spanish mission in St. Augustine. After a seven-year apprenticeship in the sweltering hacienda-style workshops of the Mission Nombre de Dios, he set out on a quest to find his parents. Hamlet's journey took him to the misty haunts of the North Georgia Mountains, where superstition, legend and storytelling were a part of everyday life. He made friends with a young Indian named White Panther who shared with him a legend that was to set Hamlet's path.For the measure of his life, Hamlet weaves his most important tapestry: that of a man on a genealogical voyage.

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Judy Robbins grew up on a farm in Indiana. She graduated from Indiana State University and followed a career in journalism. She published her first book, American Spirits, in 2002. Judy lives in Indianapolis, where she is at work on the final book in The Sugar Creek Anthologies trilogy.

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