Hamish and Kate by Mark Macpherson
(At the End of the World)

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Synopsis

Is Hamish and Kate the greatest love story ever told? Whether it is or not, it is certainly one of the more elaborate and heartfelt tales.

Forty years of interruptions and resumptions would test all but the greatest of loves. Each twist and turn is disquieting and unexpected.

Hamish and Kate is a haunting story of dissatisfaction with the spoils of love and of a life lived with regret.

Hamish and Kate is the third in the At the End of the World series of books. However, it is self-contained and can be enjoyed on its own.

At the End of the World begins with Arthur's geologist friend Hamish losing his wife of forty years. This book tells the story through the eyes of Hamish's nemesis, Euan.

The first two books in the series are available.

At the End of the World begins with the discovery of a tomb related to the Mayan creator god Hachakyum. Hamish is an integral part of that expedition. The KulWinik Mayans have a reluctant responsibility for the end of the world. Book One: At the End of the World.

Continue the series with the story of the god Hachakyum when he lived among the ancient Mayans and created the world because of, and for, a remarkable human woman. Book Two: The First Genesis.

Look out for more titles as they become available.

Contact the author at www.markmacpherson.com.
 

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Published January 1, 2011 by Mark Macpherson. 206 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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