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L. W. Berrie

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L.W. Berrie "graduated from California State University, Los Angeles with a bachelors degree in mathematics and science. He spent two and a half years in the Navy before he was discharged for medical reasons. After that, Berrie worked for 23 years in the aerospace industry programming air defense systems for Europe as well as military command and control systems for ships and planes, strategic systems and intelligence systems for the Army, Navy and Air Force. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, he went back to school in the Legal Assistance Program at the University of California at Irvine. He is currently retired."  L.W. Berrie is the author of Strike at the Heart: The First Mission.

According to the book description of Strike at the Heart: The First Mission, "Captain John Harris, special forces A team leader, finds himself in a strange and unknown world when his convoy encounters a time gate in the middle of East Africa. He struggles to keep everyone together in spite of the attempts of Colonel David Walsh, MD, to assume command. Just before leaving for Africa, Harris received a Dear John letter from his fiancée, Morning Star. His second in command and blood brother, Captain Jerome Roundtree, a Lakota Sioux, is Morning Stars cousin. Harris is determined to get back to rectify his relationship with Morning Star. But he needs boats to reach the extraction point in time and he does not have any. Nomi is an African princess who lives in the year 4000 BC. She dreams of a big, strong warrior rescuing her from their hated enemy, the Masai. But when her father has dreams about her and the tribal shaman says that she must marry the warrior from the North who defeated the Masai and leave her tribe or else her people will die, she learns how hard it can be living dreams."

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