This collection of three novellas chronicles the dramatic events from the founding of the first Martian colony in the middle of the 21st century to the first election of the Martian Republic in the 22nd century. Together the three novellas are a sweeping, cautionary tale of a grand social and economic experiment on Mars.
"A four star story with five star narration."
Ten-year-old Jackson Rockwell loves to sail, and dreams of living on an island just for kids off of the coast of Maine. With the help of some friends his dream comes true, but running Kid Island is harder than he had thought. Follow his adventures as he tries to keep the island out the hands of the nasty Samuel Snarly. Will the children of Kid Island prevail? Only those who listen will find out!
Detective Ace Sloan (The Red Planet Murders) returns in this exciting and compelling murder mystery from author William Graham. Set in the Martian colonies in the 22nd century, Detective Sloan must solve the murders of two immigrant women found buried in the Martian dunes and of a famous college professor. What is the connection between the murders? Sloan and his rookie colleague Detective Kate Hammer uncover a secret political conspiracy as they try to solve the crimes.
"Like a real old-school “whodunit”"
Ten-year-old Rolf Arneson from Minnesota visits Iceland. During his stay he meets an Icelandic girl named Frida who introduces him to a world of magic, folklore, glaciers and erupting volcanoes. Learn how they work together to save a small town about to be destroyed by a volcanic eruption.
"tale of friendship and magical adventure"
In this fourth and final installment of the Detective Ace Sloan series, Sloan must solve the murders of multiple members of a prominent Martian family and a distinguished poet all while cultivating a relationship with a new lover and dealing with a sudden serious health issue. More than ever, he must lean on Detective Kate Hammer to assist him in solving the crimes.
"left me feeling like I wanted more"
Danny Boyle and his sister Melinda are caught in the middle of a battle between the good and evil ghosts that haunt Ireland.
"This was a very fun book overall"
This is a selection of poetry for grade school children aimed at increasing their knowledge of world geography. It contains short poems about interesting places on all of the world's continents - all of which have been visited by world traveler William Graham.
Three children find adventure in a lost underground world, where an evil woman turns children into thieves, and underground armies engage in battles for dominance.
"young adults would love losing themselves in"
In Belle Valley, little league baseball is the biggest sport in town. For years, Benny Warren dreamed of pitching on a little league team and striking out the school bully Mitch. One summer, he finally gets his chance when he plays for a new team called the Tigers, who are coached in an unorthodox manner by Benny's musician father Harry. Follow Benny and his teammates as they learn about baseball, friendship and winning. And Benny becomes known as the boy with the golden arm.
In the small town of Champlain, Vermont, owner Roy Leary hopes to see one winning season of his minor league team - the Galaxy - before he dies. He attracts a former major league star Bull Dozier to his team. But the season that unfolds is something that no one could have predicted. Two of his daughters conspire to take the team from him. Leary begins showing signs of dementia. Will the team finally capture the crown?
In this continuation of the story line of The Red Planet Trilogy, author William Graham weaves a compelling tale of political intrigue as Dr. Jane Starling, the first president of the newly formed Martian Republic, takes office. Her political foes at the corporations, which founded the colonies on Mars, are aligned against her and devise ways to sabotage her political agenda. Against this highly charged political drama, the common citizens of Mars must make decisions about their own lives.
"This novella was good, it was great"
This volume of poetry focuses on the game of baseball and the people involved in it. The verse delves into the sociological and psychological sides of the game, showing both its light and dark facets. It's a must-listen for baseball lovers.
Set in the future, this audiobook chronicles the struggles of James, Helena, and their family. After a climate disaster, society is now run by a group of corporate leaders called the Titans, who live in gleaming cities while ordinary workers, like James and Helena, are forced to live on reservations. Residents of the reservation struggle to survive. James and Helena decide they must break away. They leave on a trek to the district of Greenfields, where they can start their lives over again.
"Do we stay and live under the Titans or leave..."
In this moving and inspirational fictional letter from a father to his young daughter, critically acclaimed poet, novelist, and travel writer William Graham tells the story of Brooks Montana, a successful author who suffers great loss but who is also inspired to leave behind a legacy for the world. Montana moves to the Patagonian Andes where he finds love and a new direction in his life as a conservationist and environmentalist.
In a small town in Iowa, a series of murders have the town on edge. A newspaperman turned reluctant sleuth unravels the interconnected deaths, and in the process rekindles a romance and has his faith tested.
Vermont poet William Graham's latest collection of verse vibrates with poems of passion and protest about the world around us. With his characteristic lyrical style and penetrating insights, this collection delves into the brightest and darkest realms of our society.
This volume of poems celebrates love - both its joy and heartache - by drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of Vermont. In verse that expresses universal emotions, poet William Graham has given his readers a valentine from Vermont.
William Graham's poems celebrate the invigorating pastoral beauty of Vermont in his characteristic lyrical style. His work is for everyone who loves to drink nature's elixir. This volume contains a wide variety of poems about the people and places of Vermont.
"Could There Be a Terrorist Fukushima?" is from the April 4, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Graham Allison and William H. Tobey and narrated by Caroline Miller.