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longknife
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The King's Highway

Post by longknife » September 24th, 2013, 3:29 pm

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Book Two of Father Serra's Legacy to be released October 8, 2013 by Bluewood Publishing

Timothy and Jaime follow Father Serra in his efforts to found nine missions in California between San Diego and San Francisco. The determined friar struggles to overcome interference by the Spanish governor and lack of support from the viceroy. The California natives flock to the missions, not only by the better life they provide but due to the loving care they receive from the friars. The two join the hundreds of mourners when, at last, the frail priest succumbs. But, all know that Father Serra's quest will continue.

The novel will be available at Bluewoodpublishing.com as well as Amazon.com and other online publishers in both paperback and e-book format.
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Re: The King's Highway

Post by longknife » October 19th, 2013, 2:07 pm

All four books in this series tell the truth about California history - not the stuff pawned off in official texts based upon the writing of an American Midwestern Protestant who hated the Catholic church and felt all Mexican Californians were lazy and ignorant, along with the Indians who were little more than animals.

Did the friars beat and whip the Indians?
Were the Indians little more than slaves?
Were European diseases responsible for decimating the numbers of Indians?

The answers to these and other questions will surprise you.
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