Monday, July 29, 2013

Talking story with Tom Peek, author of Daughters of Fire

Great morning talking story with author Tom Peek in Volcano (and planning joint readings in Ann Arbor and Hilo) Anyone else want to invite us for some great romantic stories about identity, intrigue, and Hawaii?

Check out his new book, Daughters of Fire: http://daughtersoffire.com/
Daughters of Fire is a tale of romance, intrigue, myth and murder set amid the cultural tensions of America’s fiftieth state. A visiting astronomer falls in love with a Hawaiian anthropologist who guides him into a Polynesian world of volcanoes, gods and revered ancestors. The lovers get caught up in murder and intrigue as developers and politicians try to conceal that a long-dormant volcano is rumbling back to life above the hotel-laden Kona coast.

Photo: Great morning talking story with   author Tom Peek in Volcano (and planning  joint readings in Ann Arbor and Hilo) Anyone else want to invite us for some great romantic stories about identity and Hawaii?

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