Glennall's Betrayal

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Glennall's Betrayal
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January 2006
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“Glennall's Revenge”
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"During a desperate attempt to run away from home, James Curtis is transported to Marus and meets Glennall, a young man who was made a slave by his own family but now has the chance to rise to great power-and seek revenge."


"The policemen... they've vanished!"

During his desperate attempt to run away from home, James Curtis is startled when he encounters a wandering band of gypsies in a battered wagon! Needing a ride, he recklessly accepts an offer to join them - and soon finds he is no longer in the familiar place and time he just came from,

James's confusion turns to terror when he witnesses a young man being attacked and thrown down a mineshaft! Seeking to help the poor victim, James is instantly entangled in a dark family feud that leaves him bound, gagged, and at the mercy of brutal strangers!

A prisoner in an exotic land full of unknown dangers and suspicious people, James desperately searches for an escape. The future seems hopeless. Will he be sentenced to a life of slavery? Or is there some higher purpose to this deadly predicament.

Biblical parallel

The story of Joseph.


  • The original title for this book was Glennall's Revenge.
  • The 1st Edition included a 1-page "Note to Parents"
  • The 2nd Edition of this book included additional text, the 1st Edition was 198 Pages, 2nd Edition was 209 pages.
  • Some of the later printings of the 2nd Edition replaced the full-color fold-out map with a 1-page black&white version.


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