Deborah Rice, award-winning writer of the intelligent international suspense novel “Spinning Wool,” is starting “The Global Village Mysteries.”
A young New Yorker journeys to Albania to recover her roots and ends up braving a war zone to rescue a lost child—with an attractive but mysterious stranger whose slowly revealed secrets ignite her deepest fears.
In a small town on a tributary of the Nile, ex-missionary Hannah Apple solves mysteries and defuses violence through her deep knowledge of the people and peoples in the home she calls The Global Village.
and an advocate for global peace and conservation
The refugees could be any of us, citizens of today trapped by ancient human savageries.
Traditional mountain villages, like Rrogam in this valley, call history vividly to mind.
Peace parks are national parks merged across national borders to form international conservation areas.
Peace parks force nations, frequently nations in conflict, to work together for conservation, preservation of the minority ethnic groups often found along remote borders, and sustainable development of subsistence areas.
It is a global movement, from the original Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park on the USA-Canada border to the European cold war boundary greenbelt, to the many parks promoted by Nelson Mandela along the borders of South Africa.