The IBM Personal Computer was introduced to the public on August 12, 1981. What alternate reality would we be in without our computers? Speaking of alternate realities, grab a Second Wind book and escape into a different world!
Buried in Wolf Lake by Christine Husom (Murder Mystery)
When a family’s Golden Retriever brings home a woman’s dismembered leg, the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department launches an investigation unlike any other. Who is the young woman and where is the rest of her body? Sergeant Corrine Aleckson and Detective Elton Dawes soon discover they are up against an unidentified psychopath targeting women with specific physical features. Can they find him in time to prevent another brutal murder?
Light Bringer by Pat Bertram (Fiction)
Becka Johnson had been abandoned on the doorstep of a remote cabin in Chalcedony, Colorado when she was a baby. Now, thirty-seven years later, she has returned to Chalcedony to discover her identity, but she only finds more questions. Who has been looking for her all those years? Why are those same people interested in fellow newcomer Philip Hansen? Who is Philip, and why does her body sing in harmony with his? And what do either of them have to do with a shadow corporation that once operated a secret underground installation in the area?
Carpet Ride by Norm Brown (Amateur Sleuth Mystery)
Sam & Lynn have just finished celebrating their honeymoon–the highlight of which was a long drive through the Oregon mountains in a RV. The trip would have been memorable, without almost hitting a rug and nearly crashing.The real surprise lays inside the rug, and in the chain of events which follow its discovery.
Tattletale Roadhouse and Social Club by Tony R Lindsay (Fiction)
“Tony Lindsay’s first venture into social commentary and rural humor is a riotous collection of vignettes rooted in the Deep South and skewe, ring preachers, salesmen, marriage, big shots and especially the downhome, hard-drinking, overly affectionate folks who are his heroes.”