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Paul J. Nyerick grew up in Southington, Connecticut. He attended Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut before serving as a United States Marine Corps forward observer in Vietnam. Although stricken with multiple sclerosis, he completed his BVE (Bachelor of Vocational Education) and MA degrees at California State University San Bernardino so he could move from the physical demands of firefighting to teaching firefighters. Paul explores writing and photography to maintain personal balance. Paul lives with his wife and dogs in Connecticut and Florida.

Vietnam veteran Jerry Johnson peacefully sits on a quiet mountainside, watching a storm brewing to the west. He notes a small plane flying toward his lofty perch when a blinding flash strikes the approaching aircraft. A single parachute floats to earth, and the crippled bird crashes into the canyon below, kindling a wildfire that licks its way toward the fallen pilot. As Jerry cuts the harness away from the pilot, who appears to be unconscious, he is surprised to find a redheaded girl staring back at him from the rocky canyon floor. After regaining her senses, E.D. Struction seems more concerned about a box she lost falling to earth than the danger from the ensuing conflagration. After escaping the fire, Jerry and the beautiful pilot set out to retrieve the mysterious yellow box-a box with symbols from most of the ancient peoples who flourished in the Western Hemisphere inlayed on the lid. They must find it before Harlan Diamond, the fourth richest person on the planet, gets his hands on the prize.
– Paul J. Nyerick, author of Windfalling

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