Will Edwinson grew up in rural Southeast Idaho during the 1940s. He made his living on the family farm in Southeast Idaho as a dry land farmer raising barley and wheat, always holding onto the dream he harbored for most of his life -- that of being a writer. Will was also a semi-professional singer, performing on stages from Sun Valley, Idaho, to Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
Edwinson, author of numerous blog posts and four books, is an award winning story teller and columnist, His second book, Buddy ... His Trials and Treasures, won first place in a statewide competition, and second at the national level.
His nostalgia column, written under another name, won second and first place awards in two separate competitions sponsored by the Utah-Idaho-Spokane Associated Press Association.
The author currently lives in Tucson, Arizona.
When he finally returns to his Texas hometown, Natalie, the girl he left behind, is overcome by the happiness of discovering him alive. But their joy is soon disrupted by the unexplainable abduction of Natalies four year old daughter. Feeling his return and the disappearance of the little girl are somehow connected, Temp sets out on an elaborate search for the child. As he pieces together the terrifying clues and dodges the suspicions of a wily police lieutenant, Temp must avoid an array of deadly traps set before him by using his knowledge of the past, the gifts of his physical prowess and the superior abilities of his cunning mind.
The search for the four-year-old soon becomes a labyrinth of mystery leading him through the dark streets of Dallas Texas and finally to a clandestine state of the art security compound hidden deep within the city. Temp soon discovers that the truth of JFKs death lies not with Lee Harvey Oswald, but with a child who wasnt born until five years after the presidents murder---Natalies little girl, Paris.
King Madogo Shal Adak, king of Sharman, a fact kept from him by his mother. After the kings death, at the hands of his advisor, Anaki, and his son, Malinga, Kamals village was attacked and his people were enslaved as Malinga searched to kill him. Driven from his homeland and trained by the great Maduk Kabatu, Kamal and his friends must follow their destinies, in their quest to rescue their families and people, but can they?