The Lost Souls of Bell Valley

The Lost Souls of Bell Valley

by A.D. Distler

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Overview

The Lost Souls of Bell Valley is a story about how the truth behind a town's alleged curse is finally revealed.

Drew Christman returns immediately to his hometown of Bell Valley, after being informed that his sister, mother, and father are dead. Though the Navy man has lived at the Lincoln Military Housing Complex in San Diego since getting assigned to the USS Saratoga many years ago, nothing could have prepared him for the sight of his father-blistered, chewed and decomposing on his front porch-that greeted him a mere hour after driving into town. It is then that his painful childhood memories come flooding back to his mind.

Drew sets out to find his family's killer. He starts by meeting with the three other families named in the Bell Valley Curse. Though he only hoped to avenge his family, Drew's investigation uncovers more than any of them could have hoped for. Unwittingly, they are thrust into an adventure where in they will face evil, the supernatural, and, ultimately, the truth behind their very existence.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012247018
Publisher: A.D. Distler
Publication date: 03/14/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 252
File size: 520 KB

About the Author

A.D. Distler is the author of numerous articles for national and international trade journals and has self-published several family history books.

As a genealogist, he was featured in the Time Magazine article "Roots Mania" in 1999 which recalled a journey of discovery that resulted in a long-overdue family reunion in a small German village 152 years after family ties had been lost.

In 2008, Mr. Distler published the novella, Anarchy in the Heartland - The Reno Gang Saga. This was the true story of the world's first train robbers, The Reno Gang of Indiana.

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