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Body in the Tower


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February 8, 2018

Book Details

What could possibly go wrong when twelve-year-olds, Corey Palmer and Michelle Pritchard, have too much time to kill on a hot summer day? With these two, a lot, since they have a knack for getting into places they don't belong, exposing secrets, and finding dead bodies. While exploring the courthouse, they get stuck in the clock tower where they discover the body of a young man who also got stuck over fifty years earlier. They'll end up spending much of what's left of their summer vacation trying to find out who the young man was, how he died, and why no one ever found him until now. Along the way, they'll put their friendship at risk, uncover some not-so-pleasant facts about their home town, and learn a lesson or two about history.

Author Description

Mark Reasoner is a Hoosier by birth, a teacher by profession, and a storyteller by nature. Born and raised in Indiana, he now lives and writes in Neptune Beach Florida. His previous writings have appeared in Folio Weekly, the DeKalb Literary Arts Journal, the Florida Times Union and various corporate publications. Several of his short stories appeared in the collections, Snowbird Christmas Volume Two & Volume Three. His first novel, ONE LAST KICKOFF was published in 2014. He is currently employed as a software trainer, where part of his job is developing and writing full narrations for computer-based training sessions, then recording the results. Married to Karen Stewart (aka The Fix-it Sister) for over thirty years, Mark spends much of his non-writing time trying to stay out of the way when she gets loose with her power tools. A two-time honoree of the Royal Palm Literary Awards, given by the Florida Writers Association, a first place in 2011 in the category, General Fiction

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