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& Personal Correspondence
About Merritt Scott
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Bioregional Report, KSOR, Ashland, Oregon
Interviewed, wrote, edited and narrated segments for a Pacific Northwest National Public Radio
program exploring the biodiversity of the region. It was essentially a lifestyle
and general interest show with an environmental slant.
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Gable & Gray Publishing, Medford, Oregon
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AUTHOR -- Wrath of the Testament
is an America gone mad from the addiction to war and desperate for
resources beyond her own borders. A military dictatorship controls the country
and life is grim. The Republic is fighting for its very survival.
the Pacific Northwest, the spirit of freedom remains alive, despite the harshest
of oppression. They call themselves Cascadians, after that reckonable range of
mountains which shields them from the east. And whose shaggy peaks can be seen
from the helms of the San
Juan Island fishing fleet and by those, as well, who survive in the curve of Bellingham and its harbor, the site of a concentration camp as venal as any served up
during the Holocaust.
is the world of the United States Coast Guard cutter Testament, a cybernetic patrol boat, and her six-person crew. Her mission, and those of her sister craft, is simple. Quench the rebellion and stop the flow of Americans seeking refuge in Canada. Kill when
expedient. Deliver the survivors to the Bellingham Re-Education Center. A simple
operational order and one which has served America well. Until Testament. For a preview and purchase information, please go here.
EDITOR - THE NORTHSTAR JOURNAL
Mr. Miller is also the editor of The Northstar Journal, an international weekly
news and general interest ezine and blogsite.
For more information, email@example.com.