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"...startlingly provocative literary works....I hope they will be made into movies and videos...."

Al Manola, Springfield (VA)

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Walker Buckalew's Riveting Christian Thrillers



In A Whip of Cords, the sixth installment of the gripping Rebecca series, the stakes have never been higher. As Rebecca and Luke’s enemy re-emerges from the shadows, the siblings find themselves pitted against a foe with a twisted agenda to unleash fear and destruction.


With time running out and danger looming at every turn, Rebecca and Luke must confront their darkest fears and unite to stop the impending catastrophe. Will they be able to put an end to the chaos and emerge victorious, or will the malevolent forces at play prove to be too powerful for them to overcome?


This adrenaline-fueled rollercoaster of a novel will leave readers on the edge of their seats as this gripping Christian thriller keeps them turning pages late into the night.


A story of faith, resilience, and the indomitable human spirit, A Whip of Cords is a compelling tale of courage in the face of darkness and a testament to the enduring power of hope. Get ready for an exhilarating ride as Rebecca and Luke confront their most formidable adversary yet in a battle for the soul of humanity. 

Dramatizing the ancient conflict between good and evil...


Dr. Ellen Welsh

“Unlike anything I’ve read... I was riveted by the breathtaking international intrigue and heartened by the moral depth of the story.... Characters of diverse creeds, races, and charisms populate this sweeping novel...”




In Visioners2 Into the City, fourteen-year-old twins, Joanna and Samuel Clark of London, England, were invited on a vacation in New York City. No sooner than they embark on their first sightseeing tour, they find themselves chased through Penn Station. Narrowly escaping their pursuers, they are swept up into far more harrowing adventures.

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In The Visioners Into the Wilderness, the fourteen-year-old twins, Joanna and Samuel, are whisked away by their mother to the family’s remote refuge in a Welsh wilderness, where they are pursued by ski-masked  gunmen sent to kidnap them. The twins’ narrow escapes and miraculous escapades lead to a final showdown in the wilderness.

Independent Publishers Award Winning 

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Upon graduation from Duke University, Walker Buckalew was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Navy. He served on the 7th Fleet aircraft carrier USS Constellation, with homeports San Diego, Pearl Harbor, and Yokosuka, Japan. After completion of his military service, Walker coached and taught high school English in Wyoming public schools. Later, having earned a Ph.D. degree from the University of Wyoming, he joined the faculty of St. Lawrence University (NY).


Dr. Buckalew then taught in the Psychology Department and served as Coordinator of the Kellogg Foundation Health Promotion Program at the University of North Carolina Asheville. After his four years at UNCA, he became President and Chief Operating Officer of Cumberland University (TN).


He next joined the private-school consulting firm Independent School Management, Wilmington, DE, working with Boards of Trustees in the U.S. and Canada in the development of long-term sustainable plans for their institutions.


Walker now resides in Greer, SC, with his wife, Dr. Linda Mason Hall. 

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