2012 - SYMBOLS OF LOVE: AUTHOR'S DIGITAL EDITION is a slightly "darker" edition from the original "Symbols of Love" new books in print, this edition includes newly added material;... More > additional poetry, as well as a short story called "Fracture", which was not included within the previously released print edition. All poetry & music was written by English American poet/artist Richard Peacock. Inside you will find out much more about the English, Irish & Finnish blood that flows deep within his veins.< Less
We only have one life, right?
And that is something that Tony, a disillusioned, comical and rather selfish 30-year-old journalist learns for himself during the course of this novel. In so... More > doing, his seemingly pointless existence is infused with a deeper meaning.
A fateful encounter with the ghost of a friend from a previous life leads him to rejoin the battle against a global criminal organization: the 'Thugs'.
Since being almost destroyed by the British in India back in the 1830s, the Thugs have spread their criminal cult across the planet.< Less
Caldera takes the reader on an adventurous journey into the heart 0f Mexico where ancient mysteries and modern politics collide.
In a compelling story of mystery, personal discovery, and... More > adventure, Kate McKenzie travels to meet her husband at an archeological dig in Chiapas, Mexico, along with two graduate students bringing and old Land Rover to the site. The action takes place in the early 1980's and plays against the turbulent life of the times with oil shortages, Iranian hostages and the after effects of the Vietnam war. Personal change, discovery and the rights of indigenous people are all themes in the novel as Kate finds herself in a place where certainties are thrown into question and the fate of her marriage becomes linked with native Mayan peoples inhabiting an ancient land.< Less