A story of young Laurel O'Malley a daughter of a highly regarded country doctor living just on the outskirts of Baltimore which is under threat of attack by the British. As war becomes ever so real to her and everyone she loves. Laurel finds herself having to stand tall for her country and for the man she has come to love.
Way up north above the Arctic Circle lived an Eskimo family. They had a very strange sounding last name. It was Kaneekchuk. There were Mama and Papa Kaneekchuk and their twins, Tina and Tommy, who were ten years old.
"Hell Don't Last Always" is the sequel to, "I'm Catchin' Hell." The story resumes with Angelica Townsend as she endures mental rehabilitation. She discovers that everyone in this life has a story to tell, the only difference is the author.
A nomad headquarters gets attacked by pirates and later on, saved by a female leader of another nomad group only to reveal they are up against a bigger enemy than the pirates.