Robin Long Bird

Overview

Robin Long Bird was born Robert Copeland, but extreme circumstances and devastating threats from several spy agencies throughout the world required a name change for his personal safety. Robert Copeland had been hired to take secret pictures for a cartel of international spy agencies linked by their need to share information without sharing their true identities. Robert Copeland failed to turn over this secret information to any of the agencies demanding it and not even to the ...
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Overview

Robin Long Bird was born Robert Copeland, but extreme circumstances and devastating threats from several spy agencies throughout the world required a name change for his personal safety. Robert Copeland had been hired to take secret pictures for a cartel of international spy agencies linked by their need to share information without sharing their true identities. Robert Copeland failed to turn over this secret information to any of the agencies demanding it and not even to the covert American agency that authorized his service.
He was treated badly by the agency that hired him, which also tried to prevent him from being paid for his summer of spy work. With the help of some special friends, he was able to get his payment and escape into an unknown and untraceable identity. His revenge for his poor treatment was in keeping the secret information.
This story is about Robin's ability to hide from those who wanted the information that only he had access to. Robert Long Bird has one unique feature which is extremely rare and not known by many, and that is his ability to move between dimensions and to take objects and people with him. This may seem unlikely, but when the concept of dimensional travel is understood, the events in this book become a possibility.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456446765
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/18/2011
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

The author published his first book in 1979, In Search of Paradise, now in the fourth edition. After retiring from teaching, he decided that he wanted to continue helping young people read more and understand better what they were reading. He realized that interest and the feeling of association gave more support to reading better than anything else. During his many years of teaching, he found that the student who read well made the best grades and profited the most from the educational system. His goal is to offer easy reading material which is interesting and challenging and makes the use of the reader's own imagination and problem solving skills. This book is part of a third series and much of the written material is relevant to the two book series that have already been written and with six in the market place as of this writing. There are five books in each of the two series and it is expected that the books will be read in the order that is intended.

Dr Robert E McGinnis was raised on land that was once settled by a large Indian population and grew up on property that was once an Indian settlement which was laden with thousands of visible artifact, many of which were just at the surface and required no searching at all. He developed a closeness with those who once lived there and has felt that association ever since.

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