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Pastor Jack Douglas suffers a great tragedy, resigns his ministry and sets out on a journey across America and into Alaska to reassess his life and faith. 

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Pastor Jack Douglas resigns his ministry after a traumatic event and hikes across America. In North Dakota, he finds work on an oil rig until a violent turn of events forces him to seek seclusion in the Alaskan wilderness where he’s stalked by the mythical Amaroq wolf. 

In Nome, Jack takes a job on a king crab fishing boat where he continues to struggle with his past tragedies while fighting feelings for the proprietor of a rustic inn, a beautiful Inuit woman, Qaniit. 

A man from the past perpetrates a catastrophic event that will once again challenge Jack’s faith. Will Jack survive or will God forsake him once more? 

Spirit of the Amaroq Reviews


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My War With Hemingway

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Zach, a young veteran, contemplates suicide after a horrific tour in Afghanistan when Ernest Hemingway appears and stops him. He enrolls in college where he falls in love with Jessica, a young woman from a wealthy family. Her love stabilizes him, and Hemingway’s appearances become less frequent, until she doesn’t return to school after break. He confronts her father who tells him he is not to see her again. Alone, haunted by the wars, and with his friend Hemingway pestering him, he descends into alcoholism. Teaming up with one of Zach’s army buddies, and in defiance of her parents, Jessica searches for him. But will they find him in time to save his life? And is her love enough to help him find redemption?

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Red Horse

A Red Horse Rode Out

Having just finished High School, Hank enlists in the United States Army with his buddy, John in search of glory in World War One. After boot camp, Hank is shipped off to France where he quarrels with John over their home-town sweetheart while at the same time fights the Germans along the Front in Alsace-Lorraine. Later, as a member of the heroic “Lost Battalion” in the horrific Meuse-Argonne offensive that ended the war, Hank endures the loss of his comrades while trying to stay alive against all odds.

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Stand in

The Stand In

The Stand In is a fast-paced political thriller about the J.F.K assassination that takes place today! You won’t put it down.Andy Bell is a college student on summer vacation at his father’s cabin in the New York Adirondack Mountains. He befriends a reclusive old man–Walker–who is dying of cancer. Through a series of events, Andy learns that Walker, thirty-seven years ago, was involved in the assassination of President Kennedy.With old CIA operatives and current FBI agents converging on Beaver River, New York, Andy must seek confessions from old men who have kept the secrets and killed off the participants and witnesses to an event before he was born.

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Dance With The Devil

Published in 1997!

Religious zealots hijack an American passenger jet in order to force the American Government to release prisoners held in connection with the World Trade Center bombing (1993).

Only one man, Lieutenant Colonel Peter Murray, U.S.M.C. (ret.)–a disgraced Iran Contra operative— –reluctantly takes action. Later Murray discover that the same militants, assisted by fundamentalist American citizens, are trying to overthrow the U.S. Government.
Dance With The Devil mixes religious fundamentalism and politics, and presents the reader with issues and events that are currently taking place in America.

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