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Peril and Paradise

Berwick, Patricia

ISBN 10: 0473273330 / ISBN 13: 9780473273330
Published by Berwick's Publishing, 2014
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Title: Peril and Paradise

Publisher: Berwick's Publishing

Publication Date: 2014

Book Condition:Very Good

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Peril and Paradise, a mystery adventure novel about a graduate student who decides to do her research in a remote island group in the Pacific. She is invited there by a fellow student who appears to have all the right connections to make her stay there an informative one. Very shortly she finds herself immersed in intrigue and legend which could be life-threatening to both herself and others. She decides she has to uncover whatever is happening in order to complete her research and return safely to her home in the United States.
Her search leads her to an island that is almost magical and where she falls in love with a handsome young islander well-versed in the ways of the West. Through a series of adventures he keeps her safe until the secret of the islands is uncovered, and she can return to her home. She leaves with her research is in tatters, guarding a secrete that can never be told, but knowing she has much to accomplish in life.

From the Author:

Most of my research and writings have elements of social justice. The social injustice of prejudice is a thread running through this book. It shows how easy it is for anyone to develop a prejudice especially if it is out of fear. It is a story of our times told in an easy to read style which hopefully strengthens our own perceptions to help us understand ourselves.I loved writing this book, making up a culture that resembles Pacific cultures and yet is not of any island group. The specific elements are all possible and have occurred in some similar ways in different places. 

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