A lifelong resident of New England, Stephen Shore has worked in public education and in business. As an undergraduate, he studied history, music and education at Bridgewater State. Steve was a Graduate Fellow, in the History Department, at Northeastern University. As a single parent, he has raised two fine sons and—through their acquaintances—a plethora of quasi daughters and sons (the characteristics and namesakes of many appearing in his novels).
At this writing, Steve has all three novels in the Annalea Series in publication. He also has published a mystery/crime novel entitled, Sinful Images, and his first western novel, How I Became an Outlaw, by “Chili Beans” Bartlett. He has recently completed a literary novel, Mr. Bithersbee. Another novel, A Hare in the High Grass, is nearly finished, and other works are well begun. Steve obviously lives to write.
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Annalea: A Journey Through Strangers
This final volume in the ANNALEA Trilogy brings the saga to an exciting and surprising conclusion. Old friends, familiar enemies and intriguing new characters undertake incredible adventures as the journey nears completion and the mystery of Annalea is ultimately resolved.
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The misguided zeal and get rich quick credo of a young cowboy put him on opposing sides of the law at different times. But he no longer seeks to make a name, just a whole lot of dollars. Perhaps he can play on both sides without getting caught in the middle. He rides into the desert on an honorable quest and rides out as the outlaw “Chili Beans” Bartlett. But he remains a reluctant outlaw.
Annalea, a Journey Through Strangers~at Journey's End
This final volume in the ANNALEA trilogy brings the saga to an exciting and surprising conclusion. Old friends, familiar enemies and intriguing new characters undertake incredible adventures as the journey nears completion and the mystery of Annalea is resolved.
Infamous and nefariously corrupt business tycoon John Barrington has been murdered—but his self-confessed murderer is still at large, eluding capture and working behind the scenes to expose the villianous fat cat and bring someone else to justice. To do this, the killer must bring together two former employees of the corporate devil, both heated rivals.
Annalea, a Princess in Exile
Have you read ANNALEA, PRINCESS OF NEMUSMAR? Then prepare to continue the journey, as old friends, familiar enemies and intriguing new characters bring to life the hardships and adventures of the child who came to womanhood while living among slaves, former slaves, slavers, merchants, colonists, American Indians, seamen, harlots and pirates. The saga expands in volume 2 of the Annalea series.
Annalea, Princess of Nemusmar
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- Alien Trenches And Other Strange Tales
on March 05, 2011
I've been to Canada a number of times--all over the Maritimes and through various parts of Québec. But I've never been west of there. Apparently, I've missed something. An interesting (dare I say, peculiar) something. Victoria seems to be a hotbed of strange phenomena and well guarded secrets. Lee Shilo presents the dilemma: "What are Victoria's biggest, best guarded secrets? Don't ask me, I won't tell."
That would pique your interest. He says at twelve years of age he began exploring tunnels--the physical evidence of myths and rumors. At twelve, I would have been right there with him.
I would describe Mr. Shilo's offerings as "considerations." There are no solutions offered here--just things to ponder. Interested in conspiracies, cover-ups, puzzles and irksome peccadilloes? Want to follow where you imagination leads you? Lee Shilo provides a shopping list of tales and tidbits to ponder and pursue if you would. Are rumors indicators? Like shadows cast by dissipating smoke clouds, indicating there is (or was once) a fire. True or false, unfounded rumors or shards of broken secrets, these things are fun to think about.