A serial killer is loose in the Smoky Mountains.
In the fall of 1969, a backwoods farmer and his wife were murdered by four drunken hunters. The farmer’s three dogs, a horse and two fawns were also killed. Two young sons managed to escape but were unable to identify the killers. The murders were never solved.
Now, decades late, someone has decided to take revenge by killing one person every season in a manner that shocks even the most hardened law officer.
In the small town of Townsend, Tennessee the four-man police force begins the daunting task of solving the murders.
With vivid characters and familiar Smoky Mountain settings, the reader will not be disappointed in this fast-paced thriller with an intriguing climax.
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About the Author
Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Marlene makes her home in Louisville, Kentucky. A wife, mother and grandmother, Marlene has a wide variety of interest including painting, and wild life rehabilitation, but it is her love of the written word that comes through loud and clear in her novels. Marlene feels that exploring different genres gives her an opportunity to build strong and interesting characters. To quote Marlene, “It took me a long time to get started writing, but now the ideas for future novels never seem to quit. To this day, my imagination is my best friend and creativity is my constant source of inspiration. Keep in touch, -- Marlene Marlene loves the letters she gets from her fans! "Thanks for sending me the notice. Congratulations on your new book. I can't wait to read it. I have thoroughly enjoyed every one of your previous stories..." -B. Hoard "Thank you for the notification of the new book. Can't wait to read it... It is a thrill to have all your books! God bless you." -Nance "I really loved the first books in the trilogy. I bought the 1st two books in Gatlinburg so I love that they are set in tha area." -Joanne "I just finished "Yardsale" (I know it took me a while I only read on the treadmill) I just wanted you to know it is one of the best books I have read in a long time. I was hooked from the very first page will spread the word to my literary friends..." -D. Stockman "Omg, I just finished reading the "Woman of Magnolia". It is the best book I have ever read. I have all of your books and loved them all but this one is my favorite..." -L. Paytoni "The books are great. You are a very good writer, looking forward to your next book." -R. Gelson "Keep up the good work- I met you at the Hotrod Nationals last year- I like your books. I liked you too!" -C. Stele
Gary Yeagle was born and raised in the rolling hills and towering mountains of North Central Pennsylvania. Gary says, of growing up in the Keystone State, that ever since he was a small boy he was quick to notice how people reacted to different situations in life: what they did, what they said, how they dressed and on and on. He also enjoyed the changing of the seasons and was amazed at how in the fall the leaves would change colors and how in the spring everything came back to life. During his twelve years of basic schooling, he would often write a short story or a paper about his observations of life. This always resulted in getting a grade of A on the papers he turned in. “I never really considered this any great feat; it was just the way I felt about life. As the years passed I became known as a person who could tell a good story. There was many a person who suggested that I write a book. Never excelling at anything, I excluded the possibility of putting my thoughts into a book of any sort. “The years passed and when I was in my mid-fifties, for some reason I thought, It’s time! Well, here it is nearly fifteen years later and I’ve got eight books under my belt, so to speak and three more in the oven. I have so many book ideas that I want to put down on paper that I can’t imagine having enough time in life to get it all accomplished. “When people discover that I am an author, I am often asked, ‘Are you famous or are you wealthy? Do you get paid well?’ I don’t think there is an author alive that would not enjoy at least some level of fame or to make a buck once in a while. As for me, well, I am far from famous, but I do get paid well. When I say I get paid well, it usually does not come in a monetary form. When someone who has read one of my books sends me an E-Mail or a letter or approaches me at a book signing and tells me that something they read changed the way they may think about something in their life or that one of my stories really touched their heart, it is then that I realize that I’ve just been paid. In short, if I never make another dollar I’ll never stop writing. I’ll never forget something my father told me when I was a small boy. He told me that someday in the future I would figure out what I wanted to do with my life and that if I loved what I was doing and did it with enthusiasm and a great attitude it wouldn’t make any difference if I got paid. Today, wherever I go, I find myself halfway through a book I am writing. I’ll never stop writing and I imagine they’ll bury me sometime in the future with a half-finished manuscript at my side right there in my casket. Until then, I’ll keep writing and I hope you’ll keep reading. God Bless!