The Mirror: A Biker's Story (Book 2 of the Series)

Overview

Michael Beckman is a virulent racist, bigot and Holocaust denier; he is also a prospect for the notorious Skuldmen motorcycle club in Wisconsin. When he learns that his wife is having an affair, Beckman is livid after discovering the man his wife ran off with is African American.

After inheriting his elderly aunt's home and all of her worldly possessions, in her attic he finds Nazi treasure and an ancient mirror hidden since World War II. ...
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Overview

Michael Beckman is a virulent racist, bigot and Holocaust denier; he is also a prospect for the notorious Skuldmen motorcycle club in Wisconsin. When he learns that his wife is having an affair, Beckman is livid after discovering the man his wife ran off with is African American.

After inheriting his elderly aunt's home and all of her worldly possessions, in her attic he finds Nazi treasure and an ancient mirror hidden since World War II. Carved in the wood frame at the top of the mirror are the mysterious words Das Portal. It is not long before Beckman discovers that The Mirror is a gateway to another world.

Chased by members of the Skuldmen who want to do him severe bodily harm, and cornered by police investigating the apparent murder and disappearance of his wife and her lover, Michael soon finds himself boxed into a situation from which there is no escape. As a last resort, he turns to The Mirror for salvation.

DISCLAIMER:

This book is a work of fiction. All characters, motorcycle clubs, incidents and dialogue are drawn from the author's imagination and are not to be considered as real. References to any person, event, establishment, organization or locale are only intended to provide a sense of authenticity and are used in a fictitious manner.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977174720
  • Publisher: Blockhead City, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Edward Winterhalder lives in Oklahoma and is one of the world's leading authorities on motorcycle clubs and the Harley Davidson biker lifestyle; his books are published in multiple languages and sold all over the world. He was a member, and/or an associate, of outlaw motorcycle clubs for almost thirty years. The creator and executive producer of the "Living on the Edge" documentary TV/DVD reality series, Winterhalder has appeared worldwide on television networks such as Bravo, Prime, CBC, Discovery, Fox, National Geogra-phic, History Channel, Global and History Television. In addition to his literary endeavors, he is a consultant to the entertainment industry for TV, feature film and DVD projects that focus on the Harley
Davidson biker lifestyle.

James Richard Larson lives in Wisconsin and is a United States Navy veteran who served in the Vietnam War. An electrician and an avid Harley Davidson enthusiast his entire life, he is also the author of multiple books that feature the Viking lifestyle and Nordic mythology.
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