The Third Craft by James T. Harris
A Trilogy

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In this dramatic one-volume sci-fi trilogy, three spacecraft crash land on Earth following the destruction of a far-off planet by two warring royal houses. Now, with the discovery of the third craft, the rivalrybreaks out in an apocalyptic battle to determine Earth’s future. It is a battle between equally determined forces involving two princes, the Queen Mother, and the humans the rival aliens have adapted themselves to— includingthe twins Joe and Hawk and their father Frank Grayer, an intelligence agent for the U.S. Department of Defense.The Third Craft is a spirited, gripping saga of morality, cosmic civil war, and human evolution— an adventure into the limits of technology, the nature of evil, and the destiny of humankind.

About James T. Harris

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James T. Harris is President and Professor of Education at Widener University. Under his leadership, Widener has been recognized by The Chronicle of Higher Education as a Best College to Work For, and Newsweek ranked Widener in the top 10 nationally for community service. Prior to his appointment at Widener, he served as President of Defiance College. Dr. Harris has served on the national boards of the Campus Compact, the NCAA, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). He has earned numerous awards, including being named as one of the top 50 character-building presidents in America by the Templeton Foundation and the Chief Executive Leadership Award from CASE. Dr. Harris has published over 20 academic articles and chapters and has been a faculty member in the Harvard University Management Development Program for over a decade. He earned degrees from the University of Toledo, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania State University.
Published May 22, 2012 by BPS Books. 538 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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