In the Shadow of Shackleton Gray

Kep Stone is deceptively lured by a blind clairvoyant man, Shackleton Gray, who involves him in a complex mystery. Shackleton’s dramatic proof that Kep was a childhood victim of alien interference leads to their alliance. As Kep pursues a lost artifact sought by the extraterrestrials, he meets the love of his life.

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About W. Paul Dunn

W. Paul Dunn was born and raised in the Rocky Mountains. His higher education was at the University of Idaho and University of Washington. He taught public schools for twenty-three years, and served four years of wartime service in the United States Air Force.

He has published a children's book and holds an international award for poetry. The father of nine children, he and his wife call the Pacific Northwest their home. “In the Shadow of Shackleton Gray” is his first novel.

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