A TALE OF TERROR
by Donald W. Kruse
Trade Paper: 6" x 9", 192pp.
ISBN: 978-1-59663-801-3, $12.95
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So you think it's safe to swim in the lake? THINK AGAIN!
A quiet and pleasant family vacation of fishing, swimming and relaxing was anticipated by the Nelson family at their northwestern Wisconsin lakeside cottage. Greg Nelson, at 17, bickered with his father and 14-year-old sister, Jenny, but adored his twin brothers, 5-year-old Tommy and Timmy. When their parents departed for a few days to attend a convention, Greg was sure he could handle anything that might come up. But Greg didnít anticipate the calamitous events that would transpire including a broken cellphone, a no-good sheriff, and an ominous surprise in the lake ... he also couldnít have predicted his acquaintance with the lovely Lisa Barnett and the terror they would share in these few days ... enough to last a lifetime!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Donald W. Kruse lives in Mt. Prospect, Illinois with his wife of 35 years, Marilyn, and their two dogs, Itchy and Oscar. In 1981 and 1982 Donald was disabled with an illness called vasculitis. With nothing else to do while convalescing at home for two years, he bought a typewriter and a how-to book on typing. Then he enrolled in a home-study writing course. Today his vasculitis is in remission and his passion for writing thrives. Heís the author of dozens of childrenís books and another suspense novel (coming soon) called Whiskers.