Autumn 2022 ARTA Bookshelf
Rafting the Great Northern Rivers: The Nahanni, Firth, and Tatshenshini by Werner J. Becker. Friesen Press, 2021. Travel guide. This book describes the author’s experiences on three northern rivers, with many photographs, and sidebars on the natural and human history of the rivers.
Parsonage People: The Family Story of Rudy and Emma Busch by Marcus Busch. First Choice, 2022. Family History. Spanning the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries in six countries on three continents, this story reveals a family that is like others yet utterly distinct.
Incognito: The Astounding Life of Alexandra David-Neel by Dianne Harke. Sumeru Press, 2016. Historical fiction. Based on the remarkable life of Alexandra David-Neel, 1868–1969, spiritual seeker, feminist journalist, intrepid explorer, and Buddhist scholar.
Whispers Under the Baobab by Darlene Jones. Self-published (e-readers), 2017. Mystery (#2 in a duology). My dream was college, not working in this dump trying to save Old Lady Flo. Now, I’ve been kidnapped. He thinks I know her secrets.
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