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Marcia and Andrew Stanton are as close as twins can be and they are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Readers can follow them as they go on a dangerous mission that will risk not only their lives but also their loved ones in their pursuit of A Clear Destiny. They can witness the exciting events unravel in a gripping novel by Callie McFarlane.
From the ski slopes of Austria to world-class show jumping, parallel plots serve as backdrop for twins Marcia and Andrew Stanton, as they pursue their assignments in different parts of the world. A Clear Destiny will make its readers smile in recognition, feel empathetic frustration, be touched by the sweetness of love on many levels, laugh at recurring human folly, feel perplexed at raw brutality and manipulation, and be hopeful because of its conclusion. This book is pure entertainment, despite realistic excitement and the persuasiveness of its relevant message.
Packed with action, danger, excitement, a great plot, and an engaging cast of characters, A Clear Destiny is sure to rivet readers from the first page until the very last.
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About the Author
A retired business professional with international background, Callie McFarlane has chaired boards, run companies, taught mentally troubled and criminally inclined youth, written for national magazines, and (as a certified equine therapist) operated an equine facility in upstate New York that she and her husband created 25 years ago. Her experiences living abroad for several years provide a uniquely insightful tone to her life, philosophy, beliefs, and writing. A previously published author and poet, Callie has also contributed to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. She writes most of her work at Carraig Cottage by the sea in Maine.
A Clear Destiny * by Callie McFarlane
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Publication Date: February 4, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 374 pages; 978-1-4568-6182-7
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