by Clarence Little Bob reached over and untied her apron. She turned and dusted his nose with flour and told them both to skedaddle. Just for a fleeting moment, Rand remembered his own mother and father in the same ritual after church when he was a little boy. He explained that some of them did not feel the same way he did about the Ark - for them it was an archaeological excavation - not an article of faith. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A native of North Carolina, Clarence A. Little graduated from Leicester High School, and, in 1960, joined the U.S. Navy. He has been a construction worker most of his life, an occupation he still practices part time. While this is his first novel, Mr. Little plans to continue to write and get some of his work published. Mr. Little currently resides in Weaverville with his wife Pat. He has two daughters: Cindi, whose husband is Ron, and Tina, whose husband is Rick, and a grandson, Sam. (2004, paperback, 164 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.