Vivid Hues Iii

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What ever you do, you won't want to miss Vivid Hues III, the third book of this exciting series. No one is safe as this Middle Eastern entity works hard at destroying the United States from within.

Billy J is finally out of danger as far as life and death issues are concerned. Now it's time to get on with his facial reconstruction, and that's far from a sure thing. Doctor Jamerson has been recommended by Doctor Joseph as the reconstruction ...

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Overview

What ever you do, you won't want to miss Vivid Hues III, the third book of this exciting series. No one is safe as this Middle Eastern entity works hard at destroying the United States from within.

Billy J is finally out of danger as far as life and death issues are concerned. Now it's time to get on with his facial reconstruction, and that's far from a sure thing. Doctor Jamerson has been recommended by Doctor Joseph as the reconstruction surgeon for Billy J.

Hank Rodgers receives some important information about the Nicolaians from Lulu Ann Thornhill, one of the "working girls", thus causing an attempt to be made on their lives before Hank can get the information back to Precinct Six and Captain Stanton.

Rhett McDonough and Butch Gorden come up with some important information about the Nicolaians and their plans. Because of the nature of racial difficulties associated with the plans of the Nicolaians, Rhett and Butch have a falling out. The strength of their relationship is severely tested as the Nicolaians contrive to kill them both.

Little B B nearly gets himself killed and throws a wrench in the Nicolaian plans which leads him and DanJaroc to make a trip to the Middle East and Maldaisa to meet with the King of Maldaisa, the Maldaision. But, before they leave the United States, Dan decides to visit Rylene Waters. Rylene is not happy when she sees DanJaroc at her front door

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451529302
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/7/2010
  • Pages: 270
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Errol Wayne Anderson-Bio
Errol's first novel became a fictitious, four book series about race relations and terrorism emanating from the Middle East in which he named Vivid Hues, Vivid Hues II, and Vivid Hues III and Vivid Hues IV. They have been professionally edited and are still in manuscript form.
Errol Started working part time at a local high school where he worked with Special Education students as a job coach.
It wasn't long before Errol had become enamored with his students and could see a book coming from his experiences. It took him two years to write The Job Coach-a story of faction (fact and fiction) with a romance/mystery angle. It was partially based on his experiences as a job coach. Then, with the four Vivid Hues manuscripts and The Job Coach in manuscript form, Errol decided to take advantage of his graphics arts background and form his own publishing firm. So, it was during the first week of 2004 that Golden City Publishing was formed and it eventually became Golden City Publishing, LLC. The Job Coach came off the press later that same year.
Errol used news releases via radio, TV, newspapers and, word of mouth and book-signings to advertise The Job Coach. In December of 2004, The Job Coach was among the best selling books in Topeka, KS. Up to that time, The Job Coach had only been sold in Kansas. However, Errol and Golden City Publishing, LLC have been pleased to make The Job Coach available to much of the Midwest.
Errol added a new manuscript: Sign and Improve Your Bottom Line. It is a small "How To" manuscript instructing authors in the art of conducting more profitable book-signings in bookstores and other venues. And he has just finished a manuscript called, Rachel, Lady of Grace or The Lives and Families of Rachel DRJ (Donelson, Robards, Jackson). Rachel is best known for becoming the wife of Andrew Jackson our seventh president.
In September of 2008, Errol was voted President of the Kansas Authors Club, District One. The Kansas Authors Club has a one hundred and four year history having received its Kansas Charter back in 1904. KAC is state wide and has seven districts.
After some polishing, Errol has now decided it's time to publish Vivid Hues I, II, III, and IV. He has enlisted the help of CreateSpace for this publication.
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