DOUBLE TROUBLE

DOUBLE TROUBLE

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by OTIS RITCH
     
 

In three previous books I wrote about Jay and Jeannie Lee and Richard OneFeather and his wives Kimberly and LeAnn. Of course we can’t forget about old Charlie—the greatest wolf of all time. In this book I will write about their kids and I hope any readers will be able to see a little bit of themselves as they were as youngsters--or would have been if…  See more details below

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In three previous books I wrote about Jay and Jeannie Lee and Richard OneFeather and his wives Kimberly and LeAnn. Of course we can’t forget about old Charlie—the greatest wolf of all time. In this book I will write about their kids and I hope any readers will be able to see a little bit of themselves as they were as youngsters--or would have been if they would have dared to take the chance.
A man once said; “If you don’t gamble you can’t lose.” The other perspective of that is you can’t win either. All of life is a gamble. Consider the risk in driving to work each day on a freeway in bumper to bumper traffic. In fact the next time you are out for a drive keep an eye out for the fool who drives with a phone stuck in their ear while whipping in and out of different lanes--talk about a gamble and it’s your life they may be gambling with! Any adventure involves some risk but if one uses a little common sense the risk can be manageable.
Just think of how it would be to be eighteen or nineteen years old again with all of life ahead of you with all the thrills, spills, and chills of the challenge of adventure. So, old timers, let us relive those thrilling days of yesteryear through these kids as they ride forth to save the day—or maybe to just raise the lid of hell and stick a wedge under it.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014051699
Publisher:
Soaring Eagle Enterprises
Publication date:
01/24/2012
Series:
The Chosen Si-Fi Series , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
132 KB

Meet the Author

#I am a wild Choctaw Indian from the Mudlark bottoms in Stigler Oklahoma. As a child I grew up in the desert Southwest, in and around the Casa Grande Valley in Arizona. I spent many happy hours roaming the desert and mountains learning about the animal and plant life there and why there are sea shells on the tops of the mountains. The desert can be a harsh teacher where death can come quickly to those not prepared for the constant dangers that exist. There are rattlesnakes and Gila monsters as well as coyotes, wolves, skunks, wild hogs, cougars, scorpions and centipedes. The desert is also a beautiful place that is full of life and adventure. In the solitude one can take the time to meditate and contemplate on life and the reasons thereof. One can find the Great Spirit and seek guidance on ones life path in the desert. I learned much from the desert and also from the Indians of the desert country. As an adult I have traveled over half of the states in the United States. I have worked as a field hand, ginned cotton, worked cattle, worked on a core recovery drill rig, fry cook, service station attendant, pipe line construction, welded bridges, welding shop foreman, plowed land, irrigated crops, foreman on two farms, played music at honkytonks, sold everything from grand pianos to grandfather clocks, taught meditation classes, owned stores, etcetera. I am also a master boot maker and leather artist. I have worked since I was twelve years old and have been making my own way in the world since I was sixteen. I am self-educated and I like to meditate and spend time in natural surroundings. One can gain much soul growth by seeking out a quiet place to commune with the Great Spirit. I have made a lifetime study of people, trying to learn what motivates them as they act out the drama of life. With fishing and golfing as hobbies you might guess how I learned to tell stories. One thing to keep in mind as you read my stories is that some of the things I write about may seem to be so fantastic that it must be pure fantasy -- yet sometimes the truth is more fantastic than fiction. I have been up the creek and over the mountain. I have been to a goat roping and a county fair and I have even been to town and seen an elephant. I am currently living in Texas -- you know, that little suburb of Oklahoma just south of the Red River. Texas is the original home of tall tales and long winded people so I feel right at home here.

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DOUBLE TROUBLE 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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"Hi im Lilykit and i wish to join the clan." Meows a small tan she kit with green eyes
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Welcome to Natureclan! The nursery den is on Skyhawk grandfather teachings by otis ritch.( if you click on related searches it will be there)
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I would like to join im a pure black tom with white stripes in my tail i will like to be a apprentice my name is spiritpaw
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Im From PlasmaClan be i can allways be a friend to this clan or a helper. " plasma " all books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Result one is the nursury, result two is main camp, result three is where we accpt sick or injured cats, result four is med cat den, result five is warriors den and woods result 1-24 is the woods. Thanks and sorry for being bossy. ; )
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think I'm locked out of the med den... can we move? P. S. Is getting locked out when your posts don't show up?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
((Sweet names, huh?)) Three cats padded in with two kits behind them. "Can we join?" One of them asked.