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"The Journals of Emlyn Harness is a picaresque, action-adventure which, through a series of journals written by its enigmatic protagonist, chronicles his transformational experiences during his highly unusual journey through the American West. The exciting saga continues in the second book in the series by Clayton Laurence Cheek, The Journals of Emlyn Harness: In the Wake of Dreaming, revealing more of his startling journey, while evoking as many questions as the fascinating first book held for its readers."

Index House Publishing is pleased to announce that the first printing of the Hardcover Edition of The Journals of Emlyn Harness has sold out!

The Trade Paperback Edition of The Journals of Emlyn Harness will be available soon.

 The Journals of Emlyn Harness: In the Wake of Dreaming, will also be published as a Trade Paperback.

First Edition of "Flood: Forty-six Poems" by Mervyn Enguidanos.

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Book One:    "The Journals of Emlyn Harness"

by Clayton Laurence Cheek

E-book. Only $1.99 Adobe Reader PDF  With Illustrations!

  

Book Two:      "The Journals of Emlyn Harness: In the Wake of Dreaming"   

by Clayton Laurence Cheek

E-book. Only $1.99 Adobe Reader PDF  With Illustrations!

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