The Sleepwalkers Below The Hill
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Author: Arelo Sederberg
Release Date: 2001-01-16
The Sleepwalkers Below the Hill is a modern novel of couples rather trapped in a Southern California housing tract and their illusive struggle for fulfillment and happiness. It concentrates on an ex-baseball player whose life is unraveling and can think only of better times in the past as he wanders lost and inconspicuous in the rush of people and events. He cannot understand his children or the aspirations of his beautiful wife who makes him the envy of the neighborhood. This couple is foiled against another who lives rather bohemian style in an isolated house in the foothills.
Author: Arelo C. Sederberg
Release Date: 2013-01-17
Hughesworld is an authentic account written by a press spokesman for Howard Hughes that traces the highlights of his varied life in motion pictures and aviation but concentrates on the management struggle that followed his death in 1976. Hughes died intestate, or without a valid will, opening up a circus of phony will documents. In addition hundreds of far-distant relatives staked claims. A first cousin, Texas lawyer William Lummis, assumed control after a long and bitter struggle with executives and lawyers who had previously managed Hughes’ businesses. Hughes is shown as a brilliant aviation pioneer and aircraft designer, as well as a motion picture producer and an able if unorthodox industrialist. At one time he owed a major airline, TWA, a leading oil well drilling bit company, Hughes Tool, and a missile and electonics concern, Hughes Aircraft. In the final phase of his business life, he owned six Las Vegas hotel-casinos. He ended as a tragic character, living secluded in pain from injuries sustained in plane crashes, rendered helpless by drugs.
Author: Arelo C. Sederberg
Release Date: 2013-01-31
Stockholm is a novel about a Los Angeles newspaper reporter who is given an unwanted and unusual assigment to convince a niece of the publisher to leave a religious cult that has been formed in a remote area of vast central California. The reporter, Don Haskins, reluctantly goes. But instead of accomplishing his mission he finds himself intrigued by a beautiful young girl at the cult, one who appears to have a mysterious background. An integrated subplot concerns the trial of two girls for the murder of a Beverly Hills society couple. Haskins covers the murder and trial and finds himself in sympathy with the girls and their lifestyle, just as he has been drawn into the world of the cult. The novel is set in the mid-seventies, a period of irrational fear that gripped cities following the murders by the Charles Manson girls. The title is taken from the Stockholm Syndrome, an unexpected emotional attachment that develops between a hostage and a captor.