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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Partial list as of 8/26/2018

Perpetual is an ongoing research project as well as a story of adventure, conspiracy and, well, love & hate, good & evil . . . 

So, thanks goes out to friends,family and colleagues; to professionals in certain disciplines like law enforcement, forensics and military; to many folks living and gone that offered knowledge and expertise adding just the right flavors to every page. 

Family: You know who you are, and it's a large list. Like branches on a tree, we grow in many different directions, but we have the same inexorable roots.(1) How fortunate we all are. Thank you for your support all of these years. 

Friends: You may or may not know who you are. If you are not yet on this list, I may be protecting you as a source. Think "Shades of Blue" and "Elementary"

Specifically: 
Martha Wood Taylor: Editor, reader, confidant, friend. 
Deborah Draudt Gryzbowski (1960-2014) 
Rebecca Sellers / There from the first Caribou. 
Marsha Donahue / a Millinocket friend 
Bruce McLeasn / a Millinocket friend 
All of Millinocket and surrounding area. 
Eddie Booth the poet 
Peter Rieke the violinist and friend of the Bobbsey Twins
Richard Bertrand / Maine 
Rick and Debbie LeVasseur / Millinocket 
Alis Woodard / Español 
Chris Gibson / Riddle checks. 
Gwen Vincent 
Janine Lichty 
Baxter State Park Rangers and staff / Maine
Phillip B. Joyce / Mentor and friend. How fortunate am I. 
Dr. Estelle Vera / Psychoanalysis and español. 

Mort Nickell (circa) 1930-2010 Who did not provide his opinion on the 17 agencies of the US Intelligence community, but was most concerned about SoBe the German Shepherd and. the father and son relationships. RIP, Mort. Thank you for your service to our country. 

Jim Cotton who once said, "It's good, but don't give up your day job." Good advise back then. 

John Rego / since the sandbox, the best kind of friend. I dropped the first manuscript into his car at the HS reunion. He said it busted a shock. Diane (1959 - 2018) 

Mike Meacher / For his depth of knowledge, especially in the area of firearms and those that use them. 

Agent and Manager Shirley Reading : Tha goal againn le cheile air Alba. Appropriately my first reader, and critic. My first agent. My encouragement and reality check. 

To Be Continued ...

Above all, I thank my Lord, the author and finisher of my faith. —Hebrews 12:2 NKJV 

To my father. 

James E. Huey (1930–2016) was born and raised in the mining towns of Pennsylvania. Pop contributed sixty years of service to other veterans. He was an avid reader. When Dad liked Perpetual, I knew there was hope. 

And my mother. 

Darlee Anderson Huey is a southern bell, born in Petal, Mississippi. She met Dad in 1954 while visiting Aunt Alice in Cleveland, Ohio. It was part of a family conspiracy. Mom is a faith filled woman, tremendously creative, an avid photographer, and an amateur botanist and ornithologist. 

In gathering the details to tell the tale of the Jackson’s and Eaton’s, and their quest to make the world a better place, any mistakes remain my own. 

Regarding debts that cannot be repaid, thank you to my family, friends, and associates who have contributed their wisdom, expertise, patience, and time to deliver the Perpetual series of novels to you.