The Temple of Ill Omens

The Temple of Ill Omens

by James Baehler

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Historical fiction at its best! A page-turner that transports the reader into India at the time of the Sepoy Mutiny with fidelity to the historical record and a vivid portrayal of the people involved. The reader follows the Logsdon family as they live through the tumultuous times of the Mutiny with penetrating insights into life In India as seen by native Indians and their British rulers. The writing style is both lyrical and fast-paced leading the reader to constantly wanting to see what happens next. This is one of those rare books whose characters live in the reader's mind long after the book is finished.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012960566
Publication date: 06/16/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 529 KB

About the Author

James R. Baehler is a graduate of the University of Illinois and Hobart College. Born in New Mexico but raised in Chicago he is a lifelong fan of the Chicago Cubs. He has served as a contributing editor for Success Magazine. His articles have appeared in Across the Board Magazine, Savvy Magazine, the Chicago Tribune and have been syndicated in scores of newspapers.

Mr. Baehler has been interviewed on radio programs across the United States and Canada and on such television shows as "Business Times", "Business News", and "Ask Washington."

Mr. Baehler is the author of two books on business topics, "The New Managers Guide to Success" and "The Book of Perks", which received a favorable notice in Time Magazine for its lively and entertaining style.

Baehler is the co-author with Dr. Sheldon Cohen of "Bad Blood" a medical murder mystery.

For thirty years, Baehler was a negotiations consultant serving such clients as The Santa Fe Railway, Air France, NCR Corporation, American Airlines, TWA Pilots Association and the Union Pacific Railway among many others.

Baehler is listed in the 1995 edition of "International Who's Who" and was a semi-finalist in a Jeopardy! Seniors Tournament.

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