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About Greg Camp
Greg Camp was born in the hills of North Carolina about a hundred thirty years later than was good for him. He has wandered around the southern United States ever since, picking up bits of experience and polishing his curmudgeonly persona. He listens to the Muses whenever they sing to him. Following a star brought him and his cat to northwest Arkansas, where he is currently trying to repair his sextant.
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Bertrand Lile spends his days in the shadows, obeying the orders of a clandestine society while harboring his own secret, his belief that a distant enemy is weaving its tentacles into the heart of the Centauri Empire. But his time to prove this is running short.
This first book in the Concordia Series starts the friendship of Tom and Bertrand set against a culture satisfied with its own traditions. Caught between pirates who want to kill them and their supposed comrades who could end their careers, they seek to save their worlds that do not yet know of the looming dangers.
And they find that no matter what the destination, the journey has no easy road.
As with other rights, so with guns. In many ways, gun rights are symbolic of all the others. A leader who genuinely trusts the people with firearms is someone more inclined to accept that power flows from the people to the government, not the other way. But with Republicans and Democrats less and less willing to share common ground on essential liberties, rights are divided piece by piece among the special interests until each one is easier to reduce, restrict, and ultimately remove.
The purpose of this book is to get gun owners and others sympathetic to the cause of rights to see past partisan squabbling to the deeper truth that as Benjamin Franklin observed at the signing of the Declaration of Independence, "We must, indeed, all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately."
Each one, teach one, or the rights we value will fade into a forgotten past.
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From a post-Civil War soldier who's sick from the dreadfulness and injustice of battle and longs for a life where he can regain his self-respect to a slip of a woman with flashing blue eyes and an Irish brogue who's on the track of the men who took her family, this collection of monthly winners from the eZine Frontier Tales whisks you back in time to when life and death were close neighbors and a person's word was a bond. These Tales honor the Old West and the men and women whose strength and spirit made the United States the unique experiment it was.
Natural philosopher, Bertrand Lile, struggles to balance his duties to Tom, his friend and captain, and to Concordia, a society of secrets, some that may tear apart the Centauri Empire. What he discovers on the mission will force him to choose between force and friendship, between the world he knows and the world he hopes to build.
In this second book of the Concordia Series, old certainties fall away, comrades turn to betrayal, and the foundations of everything Tom and Bertrand have believed in get shaken. They must risk everything on one gamble for a future they can only glimpse.
No matter what they desire, if they want peace, they have to prepare for war.
In the year 2037, Robert Smith knows a secret, a plot hidden in plain sight on the face of the Moon with roots going back to the Cold War. If he cannot stop what has been set in motion, the balance of powers on Earth will be thrown into chaos.
The fate of two worlds hanging by slender threads, Smith must pull in Patricia Denning, a mining engineer, and Jacob Goldfarb, a Lunar politician, to his plans.
Whether drawing breath in the vacuum of space, drawing out schemes to save the Earth and Moon, or drawing together in human connection, the answer lies in a draft of moonlight.