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iUniverse, Inc.. Paperback. New. Paperback. 222 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.A missing Pedro State University student, Karen Comber, plunges self-made detective Drake Simo into a kidnapping investigation in the college town of Skyview. Seized in broad daylight, apparently, from a street bordering campus, Karen Combers disappearance instantly immerses Drake in the histrionics surrounding a missing young woman. From the prying exploitive media to a hysterical mother to unreliable witnesses, confusion and hyperbole abound. Suspects range from Karens zoned-out and drug-dealing neighbors in a skanky fraternity to an unpredictable stepfather living in a scruffy motor home on southern Californias Rincon Parkway. Drake and his partner, Janelle Wane, again team up to unravel the contradictory accounts swirling through this raunchy educational environment and connect widely scattered dots in a demented landscape. But why do they keep finding large caches of money in odorous locations And, oh yes, if she is still alive, where is Karen ComberSubstitute teacher and ex-bicycle racer Drake Simo, distractible and non-violent, is not your average shamus. He lives in the quirky academic community of Skyview and solves crimes in an attempt to gain some degree of insight-and earn money. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, Inc., Philologos Media Ltd. Paperback. New. Paperback. 406 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.1in. x 1.1in.CLARK KIWI CLAN tells the true story of Captain Hugh Clark, who left Scotland as a cabin boy in 1829, and became a Master Mariner sailing the Pacific Ocean between Australia, America and New Zealand; transporting gold miners, militia, and Aborigines. His skill outran hurricanes, his stamina survived shipwrecks, and four brave Maori women saved him from drowning. Told using historical documents, family photos and contemporary illustrations, the reader is immersed into the real world of the early pioneers. The Sea is a harsh mistress, and although Captain Hugh sailed many sunny days, he finally felt the full fury of her tempest. His tragic death left three young orphans struggling to build early New Zealand, and fighting in the savage Maori Wars, where you might become the enemys lunch. Arriving from Scotland, Elizabeth Clark found herself in the middle of a battle. Her mother sat on their suitcase in the middle of the beach and wept, lamenting that the ferocious tattooed Maori warriors leaping nearby made this place much worse than America and the Red Indians! The family dug for Kauri gum, risked all in the gold mines, and speculated on the future of fledging settlements. Their documented court cases include bankruptcy, fraud, horse theft, and drunks fighting with the bailiff over the repossession of their sleeping blankets. The genealogical tables index all of Captain Clarks descendants, including those brave soldiers who gave lives in war. The book finishes with a comic pictorial History of Scotland, Clan Cameron, and the Highland Feuds that give an entertaining background to the Sept of Clark, which became the Clark Kiwi Clan. This is not a novel; this is the Clark family history! (406 PAGES. 326 MAPS, PHOTOS and ILLUSTRATIONS. ) This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Philologos Media Ltd

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CLARK KIWI CLAN tells the true story of Captain Hugh Clark, who left Scotland as a cabin boy in 1829, and became a Master Mariner sailing the Pacific Ocean between Australia, America and New Zealand; transporting gold miners, militia, and Aborigines. His skill outran hurricanes, his stamina survived shipwrecks, and four brave Maori women saved him from drowning. Told using historical documents, family photos and contemporary illustrations, the reader is immersed into the real world of the early pioneers. The Sea is a harsh mistress, and although Captain Hugh sailed many sunny days, he finally felt the full fury of her tempest. His tragic death left three young orphans struggling to build early New Zealand, and fighting in the savage Maori Wars, where you might become the enemy's lunch. Arriving from Scotland, Elizabeth Clark found herself in the middle of a battle. Her mother sat on their suitcase in the middle of the beach and wept, lamenting that the ferocious tattooed Maori warriors leaping nearby made "this place much worse than America and the Red Indians " The family dug for Kauri gum, risked all in the gold mines, and speculated on the future of fledging settlements. Their documented court cases include bankruptcy, fraud, horse theft, and drunks fighting with the bailiff over the repossession of their sleeping blankets. The genealogical tables index all of Captain Clark's descendants, including those brave soldiers who gave lives in war. The book finishes with a comic pictorial History of Scotland, Clan Cameron, and the Highland Feuds that give an entertaining background to the Sept of Clark, which became the Clark Kiwi Clan. This is not a novel; this is the Clark family history (406 PAGES. 326 MAPS, PHOTOS & ILLUSTRATIONS.) Clark Kiwi Clan Clark, Brett A. / Clark, Lisa I., Philologos Media Ltd

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Clark Kiwi Clan
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Clark, Brett A.; Clark, Lisa I.

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Clark Kiwi Clan

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780977952649
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0977952649
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Philologos Media Ltd
406 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,594 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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