Capuchin Tour Guide Free 09/01/13
- Aug. 25, 2013 - PALM COAST, Fla. --
New Amazon Kindle Release, “Capuchin Tour Guide”
For release-August 25, 2013
Contact-John Robert McCauley
Free download on September 1, 2013
In this story, Costa Rican historic events are intertwined with fiction. Regina, who was raised on the United Fruit Company Palm Oil Plantation near Manuel Antonio National Park, embarks on an amazing adventure chasing a symbol of immortality.
She escapes devastating volcanic eruptions, jungle dangers and street gangs in a mesmerizing narrative which features vivid detail and pictures and discovers deeper truths about how ancient and modern Central-American people view the world. Her adventure draws her together in friendship and love with Henri. This novel explores such issues as the threats facing cherished, wildlife species, the eco-friendly nature of Costa Rican National Parks with their mysterious Capuchin Monkeys and Resplendent Quetzals and recurrent nature of volcanoes, where death and later life comes from the same ash.
John Robert McCauley was born in Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He went to high school in Rockford, Illinois and graduated from Michigan State University.
He is one of six children, three boys and three girls. The author felt compelled to share this story and pictures of Costa Rica with the public through this book. He is also the author of “The Detroit Kid in a Forgotten War,” “The Birds of Anna Mall Kingdom,” “Recurrent Dreams of Painted Faces,” “The Passing Tracks,” “Brendan Stranded in Hong Kong,” “Reincarnated Horse Reporter,” “Jesuit Time” and “The Sharks Crisis Negotiator.”
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