Stealing Back The Moon

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A vacation of a lifetime turns deadly, as a couple from Arizona are caught in the middle of a centuries old silent war between two native tribes in which each hope to gain possession of a gift that the moon once gave to the people of the earth. Long ago, when the tribes were united, this gift was their most prized possession throughout the centuries. A gift that could bring life or death.

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Words: 53,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301393411
About Karen Dale Trask

Born Karen Dale Stefaniak, and raised in Dearborn, Michigan, Karen had the opportunity to circumnavigate the globe by the ripe old age of 17. She experienced the treasures of the world first hand on her trips to many continents and countries by the age of 21. She then graduated with a BFA from Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she majored in Advertising.

Since moving to Arizona in 1978, Karen has worn a variety of hats, utilizing her many talents in the areas of design, writing and teaching. While working for a variety of small companies and large corporations she was responsible for creating technical drawings, writing technical manuals and advertising copy. She has designed thousands of small format layouts and her illustrations have been used in brochures, on packaging and in trade show displays.

Karen also enjoyed the several years she spent teaching a variety of art classes and photography to children and adults. Being blessed with equal left and right brain abilities, in addition to her visual arts, she has also enjoyed writing since her youth. The extremely determined Trask published her first suspense novel in 1997, and continues to create and publish manuscripts for screenplays, novels, children’s stories, and stage plays.

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Review by: Garrett Dennis on June 25, 2014 :
I enjoyed this story. Aside from a few problems with tenses and the like that could be easily remedied by another round of editing, I thought it was well-written, and I found it interesting and entertaining. I believe there's talent here. I'd recommend this book, and I intend to read more of this author's work.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Cherime MacFarlane on March 27, 2013 :
Well done. I enjoyed this one immensely. Very good read good plot.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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