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Published:June 15th, 2012 13:42 EST
Judyth Piazza interviews Dr. Herb Marlow, Author of In Harm's Way

Judyth Piazza interviews Dr. Herb Marlow, Author of In Harm's Way

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)


Intriguing tales  ... told Texas-style ... are the hallmark of legendary author, Herb Marlow.  The acclaimed writer, educator, and counselor offers a rich series of historic and adventure novels that are destined to become classics for readers of all ages. These timeless treasures spark the imagination and remove the mystery from history as readers interact with captivating characters and creatures.


Dr. Herb Marlow has been featured on TV, radio and in print publications nationwide. He is an established authority on childhood issues, a motivational speaker for children and adults, a professional counselor, a retired pastor, an author, and a rancher. He and his wife reside on a small working ranch in East Texas.


Marlow has published over forty books, both print and electronic, including fiction for children, young adults and adults, and professional works addressing counseling issues, writing and education, plus a trilogy of books on parenting.


As a freelance writer, Herb`s stories and articles have been published in many national periodicals and professional journals, as well as online blogs. His clean adult books include: In Harm`s Way,, Minister Wanted: Santa Fe,  Cowboy Riches, and it`s sequel Mesquite Riches. And he`s an Old West author, with several books and collections of short stories to his credit, most of which can be found on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites. 


Herb is a captivating speaker and storyteller whose tales engage children and adults alike. Bringing his own real-life stories of challenge and triumph into each speaking engagement, he helps people see their worlds from a higher point of view.

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In Harm`s Way


Bob Harm is a former Marine who fought in the Korean War. Financed by the G.I. Bill, he earns a History degree at the University of Nebraska, and accepts a teaching position in 1957 in Fremont Nebraska. On his first day of teaching he falls for a lovely English Teacher, Julia Adamson, and falls afoul of the principal, Aldus Kronk. a good relationship develops with Julie, but the principal, a rejected suitor of the lovely Miss Adamson, grows bitter and constantly needles Harm. Meanwhile, a woman attacker-named the Basher by the local newspaper-spreads fear in the small city. the police are as much at sea as the other citizens of the town, and for months-perhaps years-the Basher has gone unchallenged. Who can he be?


The Phantom of Goliad


There`s a phantom at work in Goliad, Texas- one that only does good, helping people who are having a hard time. who can it be? Hector Zamarripa and Willy Neal, 5th Graders in Mr. Rojas` class, and aspiring detectives, decide to find out. In the course of their search, some rather amazing things happen. Hector`s dad, who has a broken arm from a truck accident, meets The Phantom one night when the man in a Zorro-like costume brings money by for a new truck. Not long after that, Hector figures out who the Phantom is, but he thinks he should keep that information to himself, not even telling his best friend Willy.