Th e Mystery of Table Mountain

is a fast moving action packed epic of a young college man,

James Raymond, who is framed for murder by his uncle, aunt and her brother. Th e story takes

James out west as he eludes lawmen. It is here he sees the inaccessible Table Mountain and is

enamored with its beauty and security. Th rough his ingenuity James fi nds a way to the top of

the mountain and discovers a paradise. Th e day after he discovers an access to the mountain top

he miraculously rescues a young woman from Indians and shares his Garden of Eden with

her in a clandestine relationship.

Th e story has several romances threaded through its fabric adding spice as it unfolds. Th e

story is told in fi rst person to enable the reader to feel James pain and ecstasy more intimately.

Th e Mystery of Table Mountain

is the fi rst part of a trilogy. Each story stands alone as

it takes the reader through diff erent eras of James Raymonds life. Th e other two books in

chronological order are: Th e Miracle and A Call To Duty. Both of these books will be

available shortly.

William Post was reared in the West Texas town of Colorado City. He was

educated at Texas A. & M. then served in the United States Navy. After his

service he became a land surveyor for the Southern Pacifi c Railroad. Th is

took him to the wilds of New Mexico, Arizona and California where

he immersed himself in the lore of those areas. Th is becomes

apparent throughout the stories in these settings.

William has always had a wonder lust. At the age of

fi fteen he traveled by himself to New York City then

caught an oil tanker down to South America to visit

his aunt, uncle and cousins who lived on the island

of Aruba. He has traveled nearly every interstate

in America visiting most of the national parks and

their mysteries. He has actually lived in seven of

the fi fty states.

William is a professional engineer and holds

licenses with the state of California in Land

Surveying and Civil Engineering. He retired

as the Chief Engineer of the Long Beach Water


Taking an early retirement he moved his

family to northern California near Nevada City,

the heart of gold country. He dredged and sniped

for gold in the Merced and Yuba rivers. He has

been in the gold mines and explored much of that


William is an evangelic Christian and this

thread is seen throughout the fi ber of his stories.

He is married to Brigitte Wittstock, a German

immigrant, and through visits with her German

family was inspired to write two novels with Germany

as the central setting.

William now lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with his

extended family.

The Mystery


Table Mountain



The Tides of War is about two men, Lenny Dawson and Frank Billups. Lenny is a teenager and Frank is his Sunday school teacher. Unusual circumstance bring them together again during WW II flying B-17 bombers. Their trials and exploits during WWII bring both to Germany after they are shot down. They pass themselves off as German citizens and are taken into the German Luftwaffe. Both hope to return to their base in England by flying away in a German plane. While in Germany both meet German women and a love story develops for both.

The Luftwaffe quickly learn that they are superb pilots and they are promoted and sent to the eastern front where they engage the Russians. Both eventually fly a plane back to England before the war ends.

Dawson is reassigned with his American unit and is shot down once more over Germany near the end of the war. He is put in a German prison that the Russians later capture. He is then sent to Siberia where he makes a daring escape nearly two years after his captured.

Billups’ service with the Luftwaffe is discovered by the CIA and they want to charge him with treason. Only his commanding general is able to save him.

After the war they return to America and both apply and receive jobs flying commercial airliners for Global Air. However, over the Caribbean Ocean they crash land in the ocean and are set adrift.

They eventually land on an island that has been a secret base for German U-boats and are received warmly by the natives.

The story concludes with Dawson and Billups helping the natives develop the island as a resort.

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