Walker Buckalew received a bachelor's degree in English and religion from Duke University before serving as an officer on the aircraft carrier USS Constellation. Following his Navy service, Buckalew worked as a public school teacher and coach while earning his M.Ed. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wyoming.
Buckalew then began a career in higher education, teaching at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, and the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He was later appointed president and chief academic officer at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. Since 1989, he has served as a consultant to private schools throughout North America. He lives with his wife, Dr. Linda Mason Hall, in Wilmington, Delaware.
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The Rebecca Series is the acclaimed collection of Christian mystery novels by Walker Buckalew. To learn more visit www.TheRebeccaSeries.com.Inspiring virtue through Christian fiction
An interview with Walker Buckalew, auuthor of The Rebecca Series, an acclaimed collection of Christian mystery novels. To learn more visit www.TheRebeccaSeries.com.About Walker's characters, Rebecca and Luke
Author Walker Buckalew discusses the main characters from The Rebecca Series.Supernatural villains
Walker Buckalew discusses the supernatural villains in The Rebecca Series books.
Choose You This Day - Book 4 of the Rebecca Series
Weaving historic themes of faith, courage and supernatural forces, Walker Buckalew’s fourth novel spins a tale of action and intrigue that follows Luke, Kory and their comrades on a lightning-quick race to stop their new enemy’s evil scheme.
Such Thy Merices
Suspensefuland compelling, this dramatic addition to the Rebecca Series draws readers into the struggle between evil and ultimate redemption. Rebecca Clark, a newly married London schoolteacher, suddenly finds herself under surveillance. Rebecca’s divinely inspired visions lead her to Italy, where a conspiracy is exposed, bringing her face-to-face with ultimate Evil.
By Many or by Few
Awarded the Independent Publishers Association Silver Medal for Best Religious Fiction. Rebecca Manguson, a 27-year-old London school teacher, flies to the U.S. to pursue a romance she'd begun with American Matt Clark. She is introduced to a man about whom she receives visions that warn her of a plot to reverse the moral compass of American children. She pursues the mystery to its violent end.
The Face of the Enemy
Rebecca Manguson, a 26-year-old London inner-city Anglican school teacher, receives three mysterious visions over a period of two weeks, visions she and her family interpret as divine messages, warnings, and commands. Rebecca, her twin brother, her American suitor, and a New York City detective pursue the mystery to its surprising and violent ending on the coast of Wales.
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