HARLEY AN REGINA: From Missing Birds to Massacre
by Ralph Roland Karst, Ph. D
Harley and Regina is a mythology of birds in the guise of human beings. Harley is a red-tailed hawk from Kansas who battles for peace and unity. Regina is a harpy eagle from the Amazon valley who seeks to defeat Harley with her evil intentions and dictatorial rule.
Harley raises an army of volunteer birds from across North America to defeat her, while Regina uses death squads, deception, lies, and brute physical power to defeat him in her quest for the Americas, and ultimately, the world. The struggle is between good and evil. Who shall win and at what cost?
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About the Author
Dr. Karst is a retired professor from the University of Louisiana at Monroe who has published widely as a scholar and grant writer. He has two PhD’s from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. In 2011, he received the Graff Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse. He and his wife Pat live in Monroe, Louisiana, and have three grown children.
(2017, Paperback, 328 pages)