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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Short Stories
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Tales from Home & Around the Globe
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:148
  • eBook ISBN:9781667890449
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667890432

More Tales from Home & Around the Globe

by C. P. Tertius

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This book is an anthology consisting of 41 short stories and anecdotes from adventures, plus some misadventures, from North and South America to Europe and Asia from 1949 until 2017.
Table of Contents 1949 Snakes 1954 Toilet Paper and the Rattler 1961 Highway Patrol Friend 1962 Trouble in the Tiger Den 1963 Mast in the Mud 1963 Snow on the Palm Trees 1964 Enjoyin' a Hurricane 1968 Coots for Dinner 1968 Double Concord 1969 American Beer 1969 Déjà vu 1969 Grilled in Spanish 1970 42 Above 1971 Around the Next River Bend 1971 We Do Not Have Liftoff 1973 Blond Diners 1974 Machu Picchu 1979 Transcon Train Ride 1986 British Jungle 1987 Love and Death in the Jungle 1987 Three Pagoda Pass 1988 8 8 8 8 1988 Welcome to Burma 1989 China Bow-Wow 1990 Sense of Humor 1991 Angkor Wat 1991 Return to Vietnam and Smile 1992 Swimming with Little Fish 1993 Ice Cream on the Moon 1994 C-130 Adventures 1996 Returned to the Battlefield 1997 What's in a Language 1997 Project Design Comparison 1999 Ma Ma Ma 2000 The Blues Brothers 2002 The Pig Princess 2004 Balloons Go Up and Down 2011 Plain of Jars 2012 A Good Sport 2013 Feet above the Floor 2017 Adventures in Good Music
About the author
C. P. TERTIUS is a pseudonym for a former military officer, corporate executive and university professor who is a semi­professional musician, blue-water sailor and adventure traveler. He has attained both civilian and military graduate and post­graduate diplomas and has been published technically under an alias. His travels have taken him around the globe several times with major stints in Latin America, Europe and Asia and he has resided in South-East Asia for several years. He is the author of the travel, adventure, romance novel, Every Man Truly Lives Alone, as well as Tales from Home & Around the Globe.