Troubador City Park

Released: 28/03/2021

ISBN: 9781800462205

eISBN: 9781800468511

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Luke really wanted to know what was concealed behind the heavy metal doors but Sam was sure it would be a waste of time and no hidden treasure would be found...

The boys were more cautious as they walked out of the tunnel into the sunlight. Does danger lay ahead or will there be adventures? How do they explain their clothing being so different from Nellie and Tom’s, without revealing their true identity?

They had to try to avoid the ‘cowboys’ but the town was not that big and the ‘cowboys’ were mean and carried real guns. Luke and Sam were able to defuse situations at home with bullies but these were real criminals.

The fire was getting closer and Sam was terrified that he would be unable to untie the ropes that held them. How can he save Nellie from her captors as well as himself, or will they all perish in the fire?

Can they outsmart these sleazy men from the old west? The boys were terrified that they may never see home again. The exit that would have taken them home was now sealed with an iron gate. Now they were trapped...

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Carol Meadows

Carol attended both Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University. Development of her diversified background include a variety of experiences; Past President of Arizona Municipal Clerks Association, Public Schools Literacy Program, Graphic Designer, and Former Business Owner.

Sunday school teacher, member of a theatrical group and feature writer/photographer for a small newspaper is the logical progression to amplify, relate and continue to entertain through storytelling.

She lives in Falcon, CO with one sneaky dog who thinks her bed is 'HIS' bed and a family of humans that try to avoid her needed advice!. They have the illusion that wisdom is encased in youth.

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