David's employer goes bankrupt. The birth of a daughter converts Jill from a good-natured teacher into a hard-driving corporate executive who expects her husband "to bring home the bacon." David takes a position at Central State University in an attempt to save his crumbling marriage. Once on campus, he discovers the idyllic school is not only a bastion of corruption but that he was lured there under multiple false pretenses linked to secrets in his past.
When David uses old magic to unmask the corrupt administrators, his marriage ends, he's shot at, his car is rammed by a university vehicle, and an unscrupulous lady named Eve launches a cruel vendetta against him to ruin his reputation and change his life forever. Eve's past is not what it seems.
He becomes ill under strange circumstances. During his recovery, a Hawai'ian sorceress shows him that he was the victim of a crime and has repressed all memories of what really happened to him. While he must learn the truth to regain his health, David also hears the fates whispering about betrayal, the kiss of death, and trial by fire.
|Publisher:||Vanilla Heart Publishing|
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About the Author
The e-book short stories, "Moonlight and Ghosts" (2012) "Cora's Crossing" (2012), and the three-story set "Emily's Stories" (2012) are set in the Florida Panhandle where Campbell grew up. He began hearing Florida ghost stories on Scout camping trips in the pinewoods, swamps and other locations which are perfect for strange events. "Emily's Stories" is also available as an audiobook.
Campbell's "Garden of Heaven" trilogy The Seeker, The Sailor, and The Betrayed, begins in Montana where protagonist David Ward grows up, and then moves to Florida's Tate's Hell Swamp, liberty ports and an aircraft carrier in the South China Sea, and Central Illinois.
Campbell's nonfiction includes the Glacier National Park e-book Bears; Where They Fought - Life in the Swiftcurrent Valley and feature articles in "The Rosicrucian Digest." "The Inside Trail," and the National Park Service Glacier Park commemorative book, 100 Years 100 Stories.
His "Jock Talks" satire-namely fictional news stories about real and imagined events-appears in four collections: Satirical News, Strange People, Politics, and Outlandish Happenings, and is now packaged with new and additional stories in Jock Stewart Strikes Back.
Campbell's work has also appeared in "Nonprofit World," "Nostalgia Magazine," "The Smoking Poet," the Atlanta "Journal-Constitution", the Great Lakes "Bulletin," "Future Earth Magazine," "Quail Bell" and training and manufacturing trade magazines. His career has also included grant writing for nonprofit organizations.