The New Crusades: The Sequel: He is mindful that we are but dust.

The New Crusades: The Sequel: He is mindful that we are but dust.

by Alexander Kucharski, Waldemar Guenter

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BN ID: 2940158544248
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 11/22/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 354
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Waldemar Guenter was a reporter, editor, electrical apprentice, teacher, Bible student, web designer, and wedding photographer. He often said, if you live long enough, you can become most anything. For relaxation, Wally loved watching old black and white movies, especially old crime shows, like Peter Gunn. Even though he was computer savvy, he did not own a cell phone. He did not belong to Facebook, nor to Twitter. He said that he didn’t even like e-mails. During the last months of his life, Wally used his writing talent as a sort of therapy, against the bad nightmares he was having, after discovering Hazirah’s body in the woods at Ball's Falls. Wally’s book, The New Crusades, came out of this traumatic experience.Wally died on November 29, 2014, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. Wally’s wife, who cherished her anonymity, decided to sell the house in Canada and buy a condo in Arizona. She says the dry warm weather will do her a world of good. She hates Canadian winters.

My name is Alexander Kucharski. I’m the main author of this sequel, which I promised Wally I’d finish after he passed away. I became Wally’s friend during a Web Design course at Mohawk College. It was my connection to Wally which led the police to solving the honour-killing in the first novel, The New Crusades. My employment history is about as scattered as Wally's. I’ve been a teacher, a framer, a web designer and lately an author. Lena and I got married recently. She has been hired as a DJ at a radio station in Comox, British Columbia. I’ve been hired there also, as a sports writer for a weekly newspaper. Life is a gift and i appreciate it even more, now that Wally has passed away. I want him to be remembered in these books.

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