Oceans Rising Trilogy Part II: Mariah and Darcy [NOOK Book]

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A San Francisco mother, her two toddlers, and their grandmother survive local chaos: a global warming catastrophe — services failing, prisoners escaping, riots, national and global panic. Sea level rises. 30,000,000 people will die. The children’s father, stranded in Russia, ferrets his way to Cincinnati. The women, and others, converge at an isolated, abandoned mountain homestead (Part III).
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Oceans Rising Trilogy Part II: Mariah and Darcy

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Overview

A San Francisco mother, her two toddlers, and their grandmother survive local chaos: a global warming catastrophe — services failing, prisoners escaping, riots, national and global panic. Sea level rises. 30,000,000 people will die. The children’s father, stranded in Russia, ferrets his way to Cincinnati. The women, and others, converge at an isolated, abandoned mountain homestead (Part III).
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000827949
  • Publisher: Tom Pollock and Jack Seybold
  • Publication date: 3/2/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 529 KB

Meet the Author

Tom Pollock was born in Flagstaff, Arizona. Home educated through the eighth grade on a local cattle ranch, he graduated from Andover, Harvard and Boalt Hall (University of California). He rowed for the USA in Tokyo’s 1964 Olympics. An attorney for fourty-one years, spanning Wall Street, a windpower corporation and private practice, his interests include science and modern humanities.


Jack Seybold grew up in California’s Central Valley, played varsity basketball at Saint Mary’s College, served in the Peace Corps in Brazil, and earned an M.A. in linguistics at San Francisco State. A teacher for thirty-five years, he wrote poems, short stories and magazine articles, edited several newsletters and participated in prison ministry. Active interests include music, acting and golf.


Each author has been married for forty-four years. Each has two children. “The Rising” — republished as this Trilogy — is their first novel.


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