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David Purcell was on his way to meet his girlfriend when he fell into a cave. Now he can’t remember the five weeks he spent in the cave. With the help of Adam Maho, a Hopi, David discovers that he must remember that lost time if he if he going to stop the ancient Hopi evil, the dark kachinas, from being released into the world again. To do so, David will have to find his way back to Kuskurza. More

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About J. R. Rada

J. R. Rada is the author of seven novels, a non-fiction book and a non-fiction collection. These include the historical novels Canawlers, October Mourning, Between Rail and River and The Rain Man. His other novels are Logan’s Fire, Beast and My Little Angel. His non-fiction books are Battlefield Angels: The Daughters of Charity Work as Civil War Nurses and Looking Back: True Stories of Mountain Maryland.

He lives in Gettysburg, Pa., where he works as a freelance writer. Jim has received numerous awards from the Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association, Associated Press, Maryland State Teachers Association and Community Newspapers Holdings, Inc. for his newspaper writing.

If you would like to be kept up to date on new books being published by J. R. Rada or ask him questions, he can be reached by e-mail at jimrada@yahoo.com.

To see J. R. Rada's other books or to order copies on-line, go to jamesrada.com.

About the Series: The Dark Kachinas
In the stories of the Hopi, Taiowa the Creator imprisoned the dark kachina in Kuskurza, the Third World centuries ago. His nephew, So'tuknang led the People to Tu'waqachi, the Fourth World. Now the power that holds the dark kachinas imprisoned is fading and they are using their power over their followers in the Bow Clan to threaten our world. The Sun Clan must recognize the danger that they have forgotten and find a way to ensure that the dark kachinas stay imprisoned.

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Review by: Shirleen Moore on Jan. 6, 2013 :
Spine tingling suspense sci-fi interlaced with Indian culture. Makes you wonder about the possibilities of other species living right in front of us. Loved it.
Shirleen Moore
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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