Martin Swan first saw Jodie Seales at The Niagara Playhouse in South Jersey. The young, aspiring actress portrayed Aunt Abby Brewster in a stage production of Arsenic And Old Lace.
Federal Agent Swan was just a face in the crowd.
The cast removed wigs, glasses and other head-dress at curtain call. Jodie’s blond curls tumbled out. Bright floods illuminated her face as she lifted from her curtsey, and Martin Swan went over the falls – without the barrel.
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Martin Swan's Diary by Kyle Keyes Like this book right from the start, first off I feel part of the scene with the descriptions and it's action, fast paced. Jodie and her spouse are on the outs and he confronts her to find out Sweeney is there to help her. She grabs her child and suitcases and they leave NJ for FL. The family mob know where her sister is and they head there but there are things there for them in place. Love how Swan gets special treatment along the way and help him out of bad spots. Time goes back to when he served overseas and we find of his special abilities there. Love the travel, roads we have been on, fond memories. Like short diary notes to summarize the day's events. So many are after them from all angles and they count em off as they are dealt with... - Jbarr5
About the Author: Kyle Keyes
The Quantum Roots Trilogy are three fiction books based on growing evidence, we form from recycled “quarks” that format with a “matching configuration,” triggered from this side of a two-dimensional “time wall.”
This new insight alters our standard evolution model and could lead to energy transporters that would replace rocket ships in our “race into space.”
While the books are merely Sci-Fi, they do negate a single “Big Bang,” and view our universe as an energy field that recycles star systems.
“We all have our own configuration,” states Dr. Norman Daly, “And that road map of quarks, springs eternal.