Dawn On The Northern Plains by Robert Lee

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"People are deeply curious about origins. Cosmologists seek the origin of the universe. Biologists seek the origin of life. Genealogists seek their family history. Humans want to know their connections to the past. Most know their parents and the circumstances of their birth. But for many even that is veiled in a shroud of mystery. Dawn on the Northern Plains is a fictionalized account of a birth family search. It is set during the period of the Vietnam War at a time when secrecy was still the dominant culture surrounding adoption. Much of the story has basis in fact."

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ROBERT T.H. LEE has over fifty years of experience in the financial industry and over thirty-five years of experience in securities and investment banking. Currently, he is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holdings Corp., a publicly listed company on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited. Lee is also a Senior Business Consultant of Henny Wee & Co, Certified Public Accountants, Hong Kong, in corporate governance, mergers, and acquisitions. He is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, London, a member of The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, and a member of the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute.PETER A. TRYDE joined Merrill Lynch, Hong Kong, in 1981 and has spent over twenty years in the investment industry, becoming a securities and futures senior dealing director. In recent years, he has been engaged in the raising of capital for various "green" projects, as well as trading the markets based on the advanced neural network projection features of Timing Solution software program. His interest in astrology arose because a senior colleague used these forecasts in his trading back in the nineties and since then Tryde has been studying astro-harmonics with the main focus on how planetary cycles correlate with the trends in the financial and commodities markets.
Published December 30, 2009 by Xlibris. 194 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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