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The Land Mariner

Case, Ray

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ISBN 10: 0595326854 / ISBN 13: 9780595326853
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2004
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Title: The Land Mariner

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2004

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 0th Edition.

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It's late 1869. England is buzzing with talk of an impending war between France and Prussia. The world seems to be a pot nearing the boiling point. For Dr. Hugh Courtenay, however, the world is unchanged. The events unfolding all around him cannot penetrate the grey stone walls of his estate. They are a barrier behind which he hides like a fugitive. He has locked himself away in an attempt to deal with the demons that haunt his memories. The only invaders inside his sanctuary are the events from his past. The inescapable visions and voices that torment him.Dr. Courtenay's solitary existence is disrupted when a visitor arrives at Rellingford. She is a servant, though Dr. Courtenay quickly finds that she is much more than she appears. Her presence is both disturbing and intriguing, and it isn't long before she begins to break down some of the barriers behind which he has hidden for so long.The world around him begins to encroach upon his sanctuary as the woman's presence begins to bring others to Rellingford's door. Before long, Dr. Courtenay finds himself in the midst of a plot that will divide his family and could bring his nation to the brink of war.

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Ray Case has been an avid student of history since the age of ten when he read Homer?s Iliad for the first time. His historical studies have given him the ability to create realistic stories occurring in the midst of some of the world?s most turbulent events. With actual historical events as the basis for his stories, Mr. Case breathes life into his characters by invoking real human emotions that all of us can easily relate to.Mr. Case lives in Michigan with his wife Joann and his son Harrison.

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