The Lady of the Canyon

The Lady of the Canyon

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Published by CUSTOM BOOK PUBLICATIONS THE LADY OF THE CANYON A late foggy night... Not a good start to his retirement, he is already tired from driving all day in impenetrable fog. Four hundred miles creeping along jammed roads, guided by radar equipped Highway Patrol cars. Finally, he is on a two lane country road passing through a narrow canyon, a last winding step to his new home. Suddenly she is there, caught in his light beam, standing in the middle of the road. He stops, stunned by her appearance in the middle of the night... She beckons to him, then disappears into some trees. Then she is gone. Who did he see in the Canyon?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.22mm | 435.45g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514248697
  • 9781514248690

About Gerald Grantham

GERALD W. GRANTHAM The Author was born in Palo Alto, raised in the San Jose area of California, graduating from San Jose State University that part of the state known as Silicon Valley. After working there for several years, his training in solid state electronics led him to travel extensively throughout the US. He traveled extensively overseas in Asia and Europe and more recently mainland China, where his work involves the installation of complex systems and training of operators. Although having lived in many parts of the US, he always returned home to California. He began to write after moving to a small mountain community in the north of the state where the ridges and valleys, the towns and characters have been the inspiration for his stories. In his travels, he has come upon accounts of roaming spirits, usually out to revenge a wrong. The Lady of the Canyon pays homage to these tales, and the people who believe in them. The Author respects the sincerity of their beliefs, something science is hard pressed to disprove."show more