R. G. Bud Phelps
A Historical Fiction story about a specific area in Conifer Colorado, and a beautiful meadow called Piano Meadows... The story is written about the historical significance of being Pioneers in both the 1870's and the 1970's. It is not about their Christian or Mormon beliefs but instead their Pioneer spirit. The first part of each chapter, dating back in the 1870's, features a young ranch-hand/cowboy from Nebraska seeking gold in Colorado. The second part of each chapter, also dating back in the 1870's features three Mormon families from Illinois wintering in Colorado and then continuing their trek to Salt Lake City. The third part of each chapter dating back in the 1970's features a young family moving from Denver's suburbia to a newly developed area within Conifer called Shiloh. Each group has fond memories of a special meadow on Riley Ridge, below Riley Peak, called Piano Meadows...
Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures (Mill Park Mystery Series Book 2) begins where Mill Park Mystery ends; completing the recovery and return of the Gypsy family’s treasures stolen by the Nazis in World War II. The Anti-Task Force Adventures take Reg Philso and George Cornelli on new adventures, both in the United States and in several other countries in Europe. Their efforts to recover art collections either stolen or confiscated by the Nazis from Jewish and Gypsy families during World War II were challenged by the Neo-Nazis of today.
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