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Author: T. L. Peters

The author is an ex-lawyer who enjoys playing the violin and giving his dog long walks in the woods. In-between, he writes novels.

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The Boy Who Delivered The Wind

The Boy Who Delivered The Wind
  • Stars
  • Number: B008R9D52Q
  • Release: 2012-08-01
  • Author: T. L. Peters
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Kids: Middle Grade
  • Publisher: Muse It Up Publishing
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Two boys, a gang of thugs, and an unruly coral snake all add up to trouble.

Weary of school and his mundane small town life, young Russell befriends a lonely boy who claims that he can communicate with nature by means of the wind. Armed with this knowledge the unlikely pair set out to raise the ten thousand dollars the boy insists he needs to save his home from foreclosure and to keep his already dysfunctional family from falling apart.

Along the way the boys encounter a murderous gang of hoodlums who also have money on their minds, a skneaky fox who always seems to turn up at the wrong time, a mother hawk willing to do anything to protect her young, and a venemous coral snake with unclear loyalties.

The Boy Who Delivered the Wind is a moving piece of literary fiction exploring the bonds between friends and the heroic efforts of two very different boys to find something to hold onto in a chaotic and sometimes dangerous world.


An Imperfect Miracle

An Imperfect Miracle
  • 5 Stars
  • Number: B005895OT0
  • Release: 2011-06-25
  • Author: T. L. Peters
  • Genre: Mainstream
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  • Publisher: Untreed Reads Publishing
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Nathan Gray has trouble making friends, his alcoholic father ran out on him, his mother is preoccupied with work and finding a new husband and his dog Chewy has just died. So perhaps it's not surprising that Nate comes to believe that his beloved Chewy has returned from the dead to once again be his best friend. His mother is alarmed, but the therapist predicts that Nate will grow out of his habit of "seeing things" once he comes to grips with his emotional traumas.

But then, on his way to school, Nate stumbles upon what he can only describe as a miracle - a man seemingly healed of a fatal head wound by a smudge on an old, dingy concrete wall. Nate might be on to something that can't be attributed to his imagination, as many in his small industrial Pennsylvania town, quickly ascribe spiritual significance to the smudge, and healing powers too.

Some of the town's leading citizens decide to capitalize on the sudden influx of tourists by turning the smudge into a shrine and charging admission. Not everybody is on board with the notion that the miraculous has somehow intruded into their mundane routine, and Nathan soon finds himself at the center of a raging controversy. AN IMPERFECT MIRACLE is a moving piece of literary fiction dealing with love, loss and one boy's attempts to find substance and clarity in a chaotic world.