Ever wonder where all those elves that visit between Thanksgiving and Christmas go every night? Well they come up to the North Pole to see Keeney.
The last attack happened more than 50 years ago in another sleepy resort-side village called Bodega Bay. Little was known about that attack, since several of the principals involved either fled or died off soon afterward, and many of the records were ordered burned along with the dead birds. In fact, no one can be sure it is the same situation after all these years. Tory McKnight, a future ornithologist working on a migration project, at first refuses to believe the reports she hears. Later she feels there must be a reason for what is taking place in the quaint town of San Clemente and begins to investigate. As things progress from bad to worse, more professional help is needed, and it may already be too late. For everyone who was left hanging with more questions than answers from the movie The Birds, and for all those who like a good suspense horror book, this will satisfy your cravings. Joe Moore's first book in a darker genre will keep you on the edge of your seat and searching the skies. Hurry and read this before the next gathering.
This changes everything. Rarely will a novel completely change a legend in its time, but that is exactly what Glaciers Melt & Mountains Smoke does. The North Pole is melting. And not from global warming as originally suspected, but from a polar shift which is causing the North and South Poles to trade places. While it will take some 10,000 years to completely change, it is effecting the polar ice in the north now. Santa and the North Pole Village now face becoming the next Atlantis and disappearing into the sea. Somehow the residents and animals of the polar ice cap must relocate before everything is lost. But move to where, and how? After several hundred years where can they retreat and find the peace and secrecy they have had for centuries? Along with this, there is another more current dilemma facing the current Santa and his associates. Come along on a journey that will have Santa and his elves fighting both man and mother nature to continue their very survival. Enjoy the third and final chapter in the Santa Claus Trilogy.
It's all true – the gifts, the reindeer, the elves, the North Pole Village, all of it. It all began in the late 1700's while Kristopher Kringle was delivering presents to children in Europe as his ancestors had done for centuries. Suddenly, he is visited by a rather strange delegation of people of short stature. They weave tales of how they also make toys and deliver them to children, and how they live in a magical place at the top of the world. These folk invite Kris and his wife, Ann Marie for a visit to their highly evolved village. Both Kris and Annie are inclined to doubt these strange folk and their stories, but their curiosity outweighs their skepticism. After an incredulous journey, they arrive at the North Pole, and indeed enter a very magical place that defies explanation. Believe Again as Kris and Annie and the elves, begin a legacy of making and giving gifts to the children of the world. Come, it's time to believe again.
AlsobyJoeMoore SantasElfSeries TheSantaClausTrilogy BelieveAgain,TheNorthPoleChronicles 1stintheSantaClausTrilogy Faith,Hope&Reindeer 2ndintheSantaClausTrilogy GlaciersMelt&MountainsSmoke 3rdintheSantaClausTrilogy and ReturnoftheBird s Availableatwww.thenorthpolepress.com
AlsobyJoeMoore TheSantaClausTrilogy BelieveAgain,TheNorthPoleChronicles 1stintheSantaClausTrilogy Faith,Hope&Reindeer 2ndintheSantaClausTrilogy GlaciersMelt & MountainsSmoke 3rdintheSantaClausTrilogy Availableatwww.thenorthpolepress.com
Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf. First children's book in the Santa's Elf Series Full color, Paperback, 36 pages, written in rhyme Includes special message from Santa Claus