Warrior Atticus the Great is a young boy with one super power: he can walk on walls and ceilings. He would love to know how to fly! He also has a black belt in karate, and knows enough taekwondo to enhance his knowledge of martial arts. In this third book in the series, he uses increasingly wonderful technologies such as holograms, powders that make him invisible and allow him to fly, as well as shape-changing powders to apprehend a different type of criminal in each story. In the stories in this book the villains are apprehended and then they escape from prison together. Most of them are vaporized by a bumbling new leader. The new leader, Maxim the Magnificent and two of the villains are apprehended by Warrior Atticus in the seventh book, Warrior Atticus the Great Book 7 - The Grand Finale. But, oops, by Book 8 - They're Back, and Warrior Atticus uses a specially designed light saber that will reconstitute the vaporized villains, and much to their surprise, apprehend them one last time, and having them sent to separate prisons. The third story in this book has Warrior Atticus the Great dealing with friendly little blue men, who introduce him to xolienuts, which allow him to time travel. These nuts will prove useful in further adventures.
Working with words has been a major part of D. K. Graham's career as she worked as a proofreader and classified advertising salesperson for several newspapers across the nation, and as a temporary line editor for the Petoskey (Michigan) News Review. She holds a certificate of completion from the Parish School of Classified Advertising, where she learned copywriting for successful advertising. She was also the editor and publisher of the school district newsletter for the Hiawatha, Kansas Unified School District 415, where she was secretary to the Superintendent of Schools for sixteen years. During her junior high and high school years, she had poems published in the local (Camarillo Daily News) newspaper, was the historian for the Horizon Club (senior Campfire Girls) Camarillo, California chapter, and was responsible for having the monthly meeting articles published in the local newspaper. She was senior class editor of her high school year book. She spent one year at Ventura (CA) Junior College, where she majored in English. She is retired from her position as an administrative assistant for a geotechnical engineering and construction testing firm in Reno, Nevada. She has three grown daughters and two grandchildren. She lives in St. Joseph, Missouri with her husband Walter and their Maine coon cat Lucy Marie. Her friends and family just call her K.