In Search of Lost Girls

Peter’s soul-mate, Kate, has been ripped from his arms and kidnapped. Disguised as a girl, he sets out in search of her, only to be hounded by fanatics bent on eliminating him. Meanwhile, Kate has been dumped in a nightmarish girls’ orphanage where she emerges as a decisive figure in the rescue of her fellow orphans. Will the two ever be together again?author expects. More
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About Alan McCluskey

Alan McCluskey lives amid the vineyards in a small Swiss village between three lakes and a range of mountains. Nearby, several thousands of years earlier, lakeside villages housed a thriving Celtic community. The ever-present heart-beat of that world continues to fuel his long-standing fascination for magic and fantasy.
All Alan McCluskey’s books are about the self-empowerment of the young, girls in particular, in a world that tends to curtail their opportunities, belittle their abilities and discourage them from doing great things. His books also explore the difficulties of those whose gender and sexuality lie beyond the dominant binary divide between boy and girl. His goal in writing fiction is to imagine inspiring ways forward, despite the difficulties thrown in the way of these young people.

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About the Series: The Boy & Girl Saga
The Boy & Girl Saga tells the tale of Peter, a young boy who dresses and lives as a girl, and Kate, the exiled daughter of a magician from another world. From their chance encounter blossoms a deepening relationship thanks to which they uncover a number of shared gifts, notably the ability to heal. The two also discover they have a talent for leadership as they gather others around them in their struggles to right wrongs and fend off the attacks of adults bent on curbing the freedom of young girls.

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