Luke's Quest #2 Time To Learn

By K.C. & Al Collier

Action & adventure, General fiction, Sci-Fi, Thriller | Paperback, eBook


A year ago, Luke Bradley was a relatively unknown historian living in his hometown of Blissville, Arkansas, and struggling to pay his bills. Now he is married to the woman of his dreams – brilliant, gorgeous, sexy and sassy – and they have enough money to go anywhere and do anything they want, not to mention the time-travel devices she invented that can instantly transport them to any time in the past. Now federal agents are at the door claiming he has stolen property from an agency that never officially existed, his wife is being kidnapped and held for ransom and the damage to his heart leaves him with only one chance to live: trusting in an ancient healing ritual not practiced in more than a thousand years.



K.C. and Al Collier are a unique writing team. Al experienced severe epileptic seizures and “blackouts.” During these blackouts he saw visions or mental movies, which he later described to Karen, who then converted these stories into novels. Karen translates and weaves his ramblings into a magical tale. Prior to the onset of the seizures, Al worked in both print and broadcast journalism as well as being a paranormal investigator. K.C. and Al share a love of history, especially of the ancient Americans, and genealogy.


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K.C. and Al Collier are a unique writing team. Al experienced severe epileptic seizures and “blackouts.” During these blackouts he saw visions or mental movies, which he later described to Karen, who then converted these stories into novels. Karen translates and weaves his ramblings into a magical tale. Prior to the onset of the seizures, Al worked in both print and broadcast journalism as well as...


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