MAD MAGGIE and the Mystery of the Ancients

MAD MAGGIE and the Mystery of the Ancients

by Rod Raglin


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MAD MAGGIE and the Mystery of the Ancients by Rod Raglin

Two passionate opponents, the antithesis of each other are about to clash over the future of a grove of Ancient Old Growth Forest on a secluded island.

Maggie talks to trees. Dieter talks to corporations.
Maggie embraces mystery and flirts with magic. Dieter adheres to logic and the doctrine of Nietzsche.
Dieter's client wants to destroy the trees. The trees want Maggie to protect them.
Dieter has terminal cancer. Maggie is schizophrenic.
Maggie says she can save him, if he'll save the trees. Dieter thinks she's crazy, but what choice does he have?
A week together alone on Deadman's Island changes everything for both of them.
Is it madness? Is it magic? Or is it love?

Mad Maggie is a love story between two disparate characters, a brilliant though somewhat anal retentive corporate lawyer who's personal and career mantra is "the will to power", and a free, uninhibited spirit who practices natural healing on a secluded island in the wilderness. It's a story about protecting wild things and wild places as well as the devastating effects of mental illness and the stigma society still inflicts on those effected.

It's a story about compromise, tolerance and understanding and how these feelings spring from love and are nurtured by it. It's about mystery, secrets and power that abounds in nature and within ourselves.

Mad Maggie and the Mystery of the Ancients third book in the four book stand alone series ECO-WARRIORS.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781542952644
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/13/2017
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Rod Raglin is an author, playwright, journalist, photographer and a keen environmentalist living on the west coast of Canada. He's been editor and publisher of The REVUE Newspaper for over 35 years. His fiction deals with contemporary and environmental issues and how they impact the human condition.

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He blogs on "Writing - the experience" at

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