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The Stained Glass Devil

Terrell, Arthur

Editorial: Trafford Publishing
ISBN 10: 1425132049 / ISBN 13: 9781425132040
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Título: The Stained Glass Devil

Editorial: Trafford Publishing

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro: Good


1425132049 Meets the good condition guidelines. Has underlining. Has some crinkling. Has wear. Five star seller - Ships Quickly - Buy with confidence!. N° de ref. de la librería Z1425132049Z3

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Sinopsis: This story is set in Mexico after the revolution, a time when banditos roamed the countryside, robbing and killing at will. Father Ortez, the head of the church built by James McCain, tells the story in retrospect.

It is the story of an Irishman, one named James McCain, who comes and settles down in the small village of LaPaz. James is a hard working and religious man, it tells of his finding work with the Patron of the area, one Senor Estaban. By his work ethic he brings prosperity not only to Senor Estaban but also the village. He builds a church, the only one for miles around. At the same time it tells how he and his wife are murdered by banditos.

Ricardo McCain, the son of Jimmy, vows revenge for the slaying of his parents and to do this he himself turns to banditry, robbing and killing with his own band of outlaws, but underneath this lies a very dark secret that Ricardo hides form the world and this secret is not revealed until the last chapter, when all is explained. It also poses the age-old questions 'Does the means justify the end'.

Woven into this story is another that of a love affair between a reporter form Chicago and a beautiful Mexican girl.

Read how a Saint dies and an angel loses his head (literally) read how a bandit sells his wife and lives happily ever after. Once you get into this story you will not put it down until you finish.

Biografía del autor: Arthur Terrell was born in Bermondsey, London in 1925. He left school at the age of fourteen; soon after, war broke out. He joined the Royal Navy in 1943 and took part in the D-Day invasion of Normandy. After working many years in London as a stock records clerk, transport manager, and shipping manager, he moved to Bermuda as stock controller for three hotels owned by Trust House Forte. Besides writing novels, Arthur Terrell has a number of children's stories to his credit besides being a poet. At the present time, Arthur Terrell is a member of the Grandparent program helping to tutor children with special needs in a local elementary school in El Cajon, California.

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