Streak of Fire Par Frank E Webb III. # 1 Le monde service illimité de livres et livres audio. Pas de limites. Tout en un votre bibliothèque de livres Rechercher des PDF, des eBooks, des ePubs, des eMagazines, des ePaper, des e-revues et plus Offre d'une durée limitée COMMENCEZ VOTRE COMPTE GRATUIT Pour accéder à la bibliothèque de livres. & obtenez vos livres électroniques préférés, notamment PDF, ePub et Kindle. Inscrivez-vous aujourd'hui GRATUITEMENT!.
The Korean War—or, “conflict,” as it’s known by only those who weren’t on the battlefield—was a devastating time in world history. Although most of modern American society has forgotten just how devastating the toll was, those in the upper echelons of power are particularly aware of the uneasy truce that has existed since the ceasefire. A truce so precarious, that the slightest misstep may send the two countries back into the crosshairs of a multi-national war. Meanwhile, Jessica DeLucca is a seemingly normal teenager. A drummer in a surprisingly successful band, Jess is reveling in the success of her music while simultaneously navigating interfamilial drama. During her band’s gig at the Navajo Nation Fair, a mysterious woman gives her an even more mysterious necklace. This otherwise ordinary trinket may hold the key to world peace; that is, if Jess can steer clear of the bloodthirsty agents who seek to wield this power for less peaceable outcomes.
Raised on a farm outside of Roswell, New Mexico, Frank Webb is an author, artisan and avid outdoor enthusiast. After majoring in English and Journalism in college, he chose to settle down in the Four Corners area of the United States. There he coached youth sports and honed his writing skills while raising two wonderful children with his wife.
When not writing, making pottery or making jewelry, he enjoys playing golf, canoeing, billiards, horseback riding and playing one of his guitars.To fully utilize everything this area has to offer, he also enjoys white water rafting, fishing and skiing.
Also included in this High Desert setting are a variety of Native American cultures, and Frank has embraced them all. He has not only watched and studied the local artists at their work, he has developed his own style of pottery and bowl making as well as a unique jewelry design.
He currently lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with his wife, Merrille and their three dogs.