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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Tapestry
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:160
  • eBook ISBN:9781617929991

Tapestry

Three Rivers

by Allen R Rigby and Jarrod R Keith

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Overview
Tapestry: Three Rivers is the first volume in a series dedicated to the unheralded threads of history without which the more salient threads, such as George Washington, would be just as unremarkable. Written as interconnecting short stories, the Tapestry series blurs the distinction between fact and fiction as the authors incorporate members of real family trees as characters in their stories. Mysteries abound as tales of romance, comedy, irony, and secrecy, are touched by the supernatural and by a perpetually ageless rich man who frequently appears in many guises throughout the series. With this first volume, Tapestry: Three Rivers, the countdown to the last generation of this era begins.
Description
On the Julian date of February 11, 1731, George Washington was born. On the day George Washington was born approximately sixty other babies were born in Virginia; Washington’s birthday would not become a special day until Washington became special many years later. If one considers Washington’s life to be one of the many thousands of threads that make up the tapestry of the birth of the United States, that thread, consisting of fibers from its preceding (ancestral) threads, blends in perfectly with the other threads for nearly two-thirds of its length before it stands out. Tapestry: Three Rivers is the first volume in a series dedicated to the unheralded threads of history without which the more salient threads, such as George Washington, would be just as unremarkable. Written as interconnecting short stories, the Tapestry series blurs the distinction between fact and fiction as the authors incorporate members of real family trees as characters in their stories. Mysteries abound as tales of romance, comedy, irony, and secrecy, are touched by the supernatural and by a perpetually ageless rich man who frequently appears in many guises throughout the series. With this first volume, Tapestry: Three Rivers, the countdown to the last generation of this era begins.
About the author
The writing team of Jarrod R. Keith and Allen R. Rigby began their collaborative efforts during the last decade of the 20th century. The two men have over 70 years of experience in education and hold five graduate degrees between them. Ordained ministers for over fifty years, during which the two have been actively engaged in theological and eschatological studies, the authors have developed a working, Scripture-based paradigm that consistently and logically aligns Bible prophecy with God’s ultimate purpose. This paradigm provides the foundation for more than a dozen volumes of fiction and non-fiction.
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