About the Book:
Epiphaneia, the title
of this new book by James C. Bull, derives from the
Greek language. It is the sudden manifestation or
perception of the essential meaning of something or an
intuitive grasp of reality. Each character encounters
his or her own epiphany in the course of the story.
The book tells the
story of the exploits of a fictional physicist from Los
Alamos, New Mexico, who, during the Cold War of the
early 50 s, brings off one of the largest tent sales of
nuclear secrets in the annals of the National Laboratory
and his subsequent binge acquisitions of famous works of
art from Taos and Santa Fe.
About the author:
James C. Bull is the
author of several would-be Prize-winning histories of
Frankstown, Colorado (A short history of Frankstown,
Colorado) , and Arroyo Seco, New Mexico (Out of Time).
Epiphaneia was inspired by events that transpired in New
Mexico and Washington, D.C. during the last 60 years.
This book is the
crescendo to a trial lawyer's dubious career in
Colorado. The truth sometimes hurts . Jim and Connie,
his wife of almost 40 years, more or less, live
part-time in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, and, part-time in
Frisco, Colorado. They commute to the Denver area when
money runs out. Based on the D.N.A. report of the
National Geographic Genographic Project ®, Jim claims to
be related to all men and women. A branch of Jim's
family lives in England, Canada, Australia, New Zealand,
the Middle East and Africa. With a family like this,
Thanksgiving Dinner is akin to a Tequila vision from
by James C. Bull
First printing is limited to 1,000 books
The first 250 books are collector
pieces and are being sold by the author. These
books are both signed, numbered, and come with a
greeting written by Jim.
These limited number of collector
books are being sold and numbered in the order which
they are purchased. If you make your purchase once
they are all sold, your money will be refunded or
applied to the purchase of the standard book. You
will be notified by email.