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Adieu Men of France By Chuck Fair
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War rages in Europe over a tiny patch of land called Silesia, draining nations’ treasuries and resilience. The much bigger prize across the sea is ignored by the vainglorious monarchs: The... More > land called the New World. English Minister Pitt sends a formidable attack force to drive the French from New France and claim the continent for England. Jeffery Amherst and James Wolfe conquer Louisbourg, the French prized seaport, in preparation to take Quebec. The unbeatable French General Louis Montcalm and his undermanned forces dug in on the Saint Lawrence River must fall before final victory. The English and the French soon discover there is a third force more deadly than their combined armies; a force who has a more venerable and vested interest in the New World. He is Atotarho, the Most Fearsome Spirit indigenous people fear, a Deity with a most unusual curiosity and appetite.< Less
Damnation Days Of the Duck Doctrine By Chuck Fair
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Spoof on political shenanigans. Every woman's matinee idol and conservative nightmare smiles his way into the presidency.
A Town of Plenty By Chuck Fair
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A surrealist look at canines living with humans; one hearty short story and one whimsical novella.
Atotarho and the French By Chuck Fair
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This drama of yesteryear touches the lives of three amazing Frenchmen and one mystical being. Three extraordinary eras existed for the French in the New World. During the early 17th Century Samuel... More > de Champlain the great explorer established New France at Quebec, conquering fierce winters, starvation and savages. A half century later, Count Frontenac the stalwart European commander defended Quebec beating back English Colonists and decimating the Iroquois Confederation. Still later in the 18th. Century, le Marquis de Montcalm the master battlefield strategist defeated the English Army at every encounter until the fatal one at Quebec. Each Frenchman encountered the most extraordinary being of their lifetime, facing a force heretofore unimagined. The force was known as Atotarho, the unpredictable God of the Iroquois who could amuse or misuse those who crossed his path.< Less

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