Description:

 

Thirteen stories of mystery and adventure, written without pathos, always describing episodes of human fate taking place in the vast region of Canada, where wolves still howl and grizzlies roam.  Other tales take place in the Caribbean, the home of smiles and guileless mirth. Where gentle, mournful sounds of rustling palms and falling surf instil memories that last for a long while.

Tragedies, caused by human frailty pervades every story.

Paperback, 248 pages, 5.5”x 8.5”

 

Description:

 

This book contains fifteen stories describing human tragedies neither anticipated nor invited. Written in a narrative style which never lacks suspense nor a whiff of mystery. Most encounters take place in Canada, a boundless land of pristine forests matched by few others. Some tales take the reader to the wild region of India’s Naga warriors, and the ever blooming Caribbean Islands, where people’s smiles touch the saddest hearts.

Events, at times ending fatally, take their course as if preordained.

Paperback, 252 pages, 5.5”x 8.5”

 

 

              An Offer

 

A weary neighbour came to see

His fiercest enemy.

Let’s bury the hatchet, said he,

May peace our guidance be.

 

The other seemed a bit at sea

When hearing what was said.

It sounded like a serious plea

For friendship newly met.

 

But yet he could not help to state:

I like what you suggest.

But what to do with all the hate

We stored within our breast?

 

Ha, ha, let all that scorn and hate,

Just let it live and thrive.

We aim it at John Billingate

And also at his wife.

 

 

 

Description:

 

This book contains twelve tales taking place in Canada, the land of the midnight sun. Where the past lingers amid myriad voices of the wilderness.

The stories are written in the narrative style of the author’s other books. They are neither trendy nor suggestive. Whether intentional or inadvertent, something always happens.

One story takes place in the island of Barbados; it describes a woman dickering with fate.

Paperback, 248 pages, 5.5”x 8.5”

 

 

 WITHOUT  TEARS

AND

OTHER TALES

 

BY

MICHAEL EISELE

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 TWELVE  O’CLOCK

SHARP

BY

MICHAEL EISELE

Description:

 

When Hannes Wirt stepped onto the shores of Dominica, his wildest dreams could not have predicted what lay in store for him. Like his predecessor, Alfred Nantes, who endured a mere three months of a five year tenure as chief botanist, his existence was also rendered a living hell. How, and why, is the subject of this book.

Paperback, 268 pages, 5.5”x 8.5”

       OBEAH

                 

                   BY

      MICHAEL EISELE

Beschreibung

 

Hier findet der Leser vierzehn Erzählungen, die sich meistens in Kanada zutragen, dem Land der Mitternachtssonne, wo das große weiße Schweigen vom kurzem Sommer unterbrochen wird, mit tausend ausgelassenen Stimmen und einem üppigen Farbenmeer, welches sich über die Tundra ausbreitet. Das Land mit den unübersehbaren Getreidefeldern, wo im Westen Grislybären und Wölfe durch Urwälder streifen, bildet den Hintergrund einiger Erlebnisse.

Dann geht es nach Haiti, weiter nach Venezuela zu den Yanomamös am Orinoco, und schließlich nach Indien ins Nagaland.

Gebundene Ausgabe, 272 Seiten, Größe: 14cm x 21.5cm

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       MICHAEL EISELE

     RUFE IN DER NACHT

ODOUR

OF

RECTITUDE

                       BY

          MICHAEL EISELE

 

                            BY

          MICHAEL EISELE

       GENTLE  AUTHOR

Description

 

A seeming crazed young man appears unannounced at Norbert Pfister’s cabin, hinting that the wronged father must be avenged.

Gentle Author loses his composure when his visiting friend crushes his lone friend, a solitary beetle.

Sun Cheng, the inscrutable man form Manchuria, treats his tormentors in the fashion of his forbears.

A dutiful daughter learns to know a side of the father she never fathomed.

All fourteen tales describe adventurous events, without resorting to gratuitous violence. Neither are they salacious or fashionable, and even less mawkish.

Paperback, 264 pages, 5.5”x 8.5”

  Pangnirtung

Michael Eisele

Beschreibung

 

Vierzehn Erzählungen und eine Satire enthält dieses Buch. Einige Begebenheiten sind von Geheimnissen umwittert und eden tragisch. Aber nicht alle.

Taschenbuchausgabe, 328 Seiten, Größe: 14 cm X 21.5 cm

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