Lost and Found

A Novel of Biblical Proportion

by Pamela Peck; Ken Johnson MJ



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/10/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 292
ISBN : 9781425131043

About the Book

Nothing in his quiet English village life could have prepared William Watson Williams for a request that his 18-year-old daughter, Becky, be allowed to go to a Mission-station on a faraway South Sea island to teach English to the natives. Little does William know that his decision will not only turn his life upside down but also lead to the revelation of a secret about Christianity that has been purposely hidden by Church officials for centuries. The disclosure will not only shake the foundation of William's own personal and family life but also challenge the Christian Church to the core.

LOST AND FOUND is truly a story of biblical proportion, taking the reader on a global journey . . . from a small village in England...to the exotic Feejee Islands... to the great southern continent of Australia.

About the Author

Pamela J Peck is an author, lecturer, composer and playwright whose professional interest is education for a global perspective, and the application of social science knowledge to the practical concerns of everyday life. Canadian born, she holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Religion (Mount Allison University), Bachelor of Social Work, Master of Social Work and PhD in Anthropology (UBC). She was a Research Associate at the University of Delhi in India and a Research Fellow at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji.

Pamela has traveled to more than eighty countries around the world, and has lived and studied in many of them. She uses her cultural experiences to infuse and inform her novels, short stories, screenplays and stage musicals. Drawing on the archetypal structure of classical mythology and Jungian psychology, her creative works embody timeless and universal principles. Her stories appeal to children of all ages as she takes us on magical and adventurous journeys to the far corners of the outer world, and into the inner recesses of the human mind.

Dr. Peck undertook anthropological fieldwork in the Fiji Islands, lived and worked in Australia, and taught the Anthropology of Religion at the University of British Columbia. These experiences were seminal in the writing of her novel.