Author: Clara M. Miller
ISBN 978-1-62137-274-5 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-275-2 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-276-9 (eBook)
In “Dreamweaver”, the Quigleys must again take on a challenge that seems impossibly hard. The tale begins with the death of a character beloved by the family and the theft of an artifact from the Druid Monastery of Mur Ollavan, located in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland. The artifact was deemed very dangerous by the Druids who began to act as its caretakers centuries ago. Because of this fact, and their subsequent discovery that the artifact contains a demon bent on world domination, Kerwyn gathers together a group consisting of Eddie and Gate, Greg Roman and his young cousin "Wee" Geordie MacGregor.
Their hunt for the thief and his loot takes them to the Amazon Rainforest where they begin a race to prevent the demon from escaping from his prison. They are tested time and time again by inclement weather, the interference of demons who want Belphegor released so they can conquer the Earth and human tools who try to hinder the chase.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The author was born in Buffalo, New York. In 1970 she and her family moved to a haunted house in southern New York State. The house became the subject of her first book, Echoes of a Haunting and a re-issue of the book titled Echoes of a Haunting Revisited. The experience precipitated a move west to California in 1975 where she worked for the City of Santa Clara until 1990. In December of that year she retired to the central Oregon coastal community of Florence with her mother, Ann. Ann died in 2011 leaving the whole household in mourning. “Dear Abby”, who is a dog though she doesn't think so, still serves as guardian angel to the rest of the family. The feline contingent still numbers nine: Keely (correct spelling: Caoileigh), Little Bits, Duncan, Pixie, Trixie, Jade, Sassy, Gypsy and Rascal. After Ann's death the whole family moved to McMinnville, Oregon to be near relatives.
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