by Giovanni Andreazzi



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 03/11/2004

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 248
ISBN : 9781418482527
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 248
ISBN : 9781418482510

About the Book

Giovanni is the author of the suspense thriller Dedra. In Moonbeam, his second novel, two pre-teen boys find themselves on the adventure of their lives.


While digging a fort to occupy their summer months, they unearth a set of bones. Camping out in the fort one night, the bones take on the image of their owner, a Native American named Teak-qua.


Teak-qua sends them to the past on a special horse to avenge the wrongs of the white man. They use the skills learned from various experiences, while finding love and heartbreak along the way.


This unique look at life in the mid-fifties and the atrocities endured by Teak-qua’s brothers will keep you entertained until the end.

About the Author

Giovanni Andreazzi was born in Ohio, where, two weeks out of high school, he joined the United States Navy. He attended the Naval Academy and served aboard the submarine USS Sam Houston.


Following his military service, the author graduated from Ohio University and began a career with the Army Civil Service, obtaining a master’s degree from Texas A&M and traveling the world. He has visited Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macao, South Korea, Finland, the Philippines, Sweden, Scotland, France, and Spain.


Before retiring, he worked as a project manager/engineer for the Indian Health Service, building, inspecting, and maintaining health facilities for Native Americans. The author of Dedra resides in Ohio, where he enjoys biking, weight lifting, cooking, and, of course, writing.