John Bradford Branney just completed a successful career in the global oil and gas industry where he held positions in the areas of field operations,sales and marketing, and global supply chain. He holds a B.S. Degree in geology from the University of Wyoming and a MBA in finance from the University of Colorado. Mr. Branney currently lives in Houston, Texas with his wife Theresa and their animal menagerie.
Winds of Eden is the long awaited third book and finale of the Shadows of the Trail Trilogy. The Winds of Eden continues the story of the Folsom People, a mystical group of prehistoric hunters and gatherers, who are as much a part of the landscape as the animals they hunt and who hunt them. Join them on their emotional journey as they face natural disasters, predatory animals, and hostile tribes.
When the face that stares back at Seamus Winshell from the morning mirror is not a face he recognizes, Seamus knows something is wrong. Very wrong!
In exploring his surroundings, Seamus finds his apartment, alien and strange, while the city outside is new and unknown. Who is Seamus Winshell and how did he end up in this strange place? Who is Raphael and is he here to help or torment Seamus?
This is the continuing saga of the Folsom People, a prehistoric tribe of hunters and gatherers, who are venturing to an idyllic land called the North Country. This journey becomes an emotional thriller filled with the devastating forces of nature, predatory animals, and hostile tribes of humans. The second book in the Shadows on the Trail Trilogy and takes place during the Pleistocene period.
Saving Miguel takes place in the not too distant future when the global economy collapses into the deepest abyss the world has ever known, pushing over seventy-five percent of the world's population into poverty. Out of the ashes of fallen governments and dreams come a few rich and powerful men to rule over this new world.