Individual Author Record
Name: Ted SabinePen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: in Zion, Illinois
-- Ted Sabine on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=ted+sabine
Illinois ConnectionTed grew up in Zion, Illinois. He is now retired and living in Spokane, Washington.
Biographical and Professional InformationSabine is a retired English and creative writing teacher who taught in the Samoan Islands, St. George's School in Spokane, WA, and finally at Cairo American College in Egypt. During those years he took safaris to Kenya, Botswana, Uganda and Zimbabwe. He has also snorkeled in Samoa, Tonga and Fiji, attended a sing-sing in the highlands of New Guinea, seen the exotic wildlife in Borneo, Madagascar and Australia. As a young man, Sabine drove the length of the Pan American highway, collected exotic insects in Ecuador and prospected for diamonds in Guyana. But the areas that ignited the first fires of wonderment were the frog ditches, ponds and swamps around his home town: Zion, Illinois, the magical setting for Crows in the Autumn Sky.
- Crows in the Autumn Sky, Xlibris Corporation , 2011
- The Soulsucker, Pinnacle Books, 1975
- Tsantsa , Xlibris Corporation, 2011
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 052300592X Pinnacle Books. 1975
Crows in the Autumn Sky
ISBN: 1465345620 Xlibris. 2011
ISBN: 1465386564 Xlibris, Corp.. 2011 Set amongst the beaming sunlight and glowering shadows of the Ecuadorian rain forest, TSANTSA (meaning "shrunken head" in the Jivaro Indian language) is the extraordinary tale of the battle between good and evil and the collision between two religions-Catholicism which commands, "Thou Shalt Not Kill," and the Jivaro animist belief which cries out in a spirit voice, "Thou Must."