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G. Russell Peterman is a graduate of Thomasville, Missouri High School, Southwest Missouri State College, and Vanderbilt University. After retiring from teaching after 30 years, he turned to writing. Gene Russell Peterman writes as G. Russell Peterman. He collected up his forty years of poems and published them. Also, he co-authored with his daughter Kriston Peterman-Dunya four novels (two Historical fictions and two science fictions) and three short story collections. Writing his first novel alone was Luck's Wild, a Civil War story. This novel, Blue, is his second novel written alone and his tenth offering. G. Russell Peterman is married, a father, grandfather, and great grandfather. He believes in community service and has been a volunteer for 41 years. He was elected to the Fire Board of Directors , served 20 years as Treasurer and fire fighter, and earned the Missouri State Certification as a level 3 Fire Instructor. He was appointed
Treasurer of the local water district and served for 19 years. He was appointed to the Cape Girardeau County Planning Commission, elected Chairman, and served 2 years.
on Oct. 10, 2017 :
There is a chronist of the fourth Millennium writing down some Utopia of the author ... 49 of 50 states are evacuated and used for growing food, 1 state is for the citizens ... they live in skyscrapers ... their height is fixed from 20 to 33 stories by law ... people are allowed one child only ... no action, no dialogue, no humour, always more pages with just the just the enumeration of all these achievements ... then there are thirteen pages reporting the arrest of somebody ... three policemen, they enter, they collect evidence, they lead the suspect out of the building ... still no action, no dialogues above a few words where to find lists and files ... "On the thirteenth level three blue uniformed policemen step out of an opened elevator door and walk past the building security station in the foyer without pausing" ... how exciting!
Yep, I am sure this has some hidden sense, to arouse the curiosity of the reader or so - sorry, I did not make it beyond the first few chapters, and I give up very, very seldom.
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on July 25, 2014 :
I really enjoyed reading The Centauri Conspiracy. Written as a history of the significant past was fun to read. Clones, mechanicals, interstellar travel and lots of money! What is not to like.
The only thing that prevented 5 stars was the spelling errors, things a computer spell-checker misses all the time. It would be my great pleasure to assist Mr. Peterman in the future; I like his writing!
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