Chea Connoiters Louise by tskeene

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I have two books with IUniverse from February and March 2012. I was turned away from Virtual Book Worm for book three. Outskirts took IUniverse's place at number two. Maybe I should have gone with them first. I am not disappointed. This has been a learning experience. I had a car accident and heart attack both in 2012. Here's to 2013. Enjoy. BOOK SYNOPSIS: The movement of water in Louis waters was inspired by the most recent tsunami in Japan. Plate techtonics moved with devastating effect on the island nation. World class breakers built to withstand waves of eighteen feet were not prepared for the fifty foot deluge. Borders where plates met which had not moved in centuries slammed shut. I extrapolated this scenario to the Great Lakes fueled by waters from Hudson Bay and an aquifer which tied the two together and how the deluge would have affected the land of the Louisiana Purchase.

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Trevor Randal Skeene wrote articles for Billy Newland and the Oracle of University of South Florida more than twenty years ago. These articles were almost lost until 2011 when more articles were written for Triond. Articles posted on Google became two books for IUniverse press both published in 2012.
Published December 28, 2013 by Outskirts Press. 146 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction