Mililani, HI (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
Memories of the Lake continues the story of Heart in the Window some five years later, and the bitterness between Tori and Jessica continues. Jessica, an attempt to damage Tori’s reputation and disproving Tori is a better replacement for her in Chris’ life. Chris nevertheless tries to balance things out in his mind between his deceased wife - and current wife by dint of love, present and past. The hatred boils over when Will Sherman the Sheriff of Collins Springs and Jessica become romantically involved.
All is going well in the small town of Collins Springs until Jessica receives the news her ex-husband has been arrested. When Jessica returns to Chicago she makes it known she has hard evidence that will rock the foundation of the case.
Anthony Bethel comes up once again with a novel that showcases his gift for excellent narrative prose. Memories of the Lake enthralls with cleanly-written pictures of time and place. It brings characters into bright relief and though villainy, hatred and jealousy come into their hearts, readers will find themselves equally absorbed in all the characters’ thought and action.
The crows on the lake, representative of memory, are not kind to Jessica. Stuki-Stansfield Lake, reflective of the characters’ lives, is where Jessica suffers memory loss and subsequently where she begins to regain her memory.
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About the Author
Anthony Bethel lives in Hawaii with his family. He began writing shortly after graduating with a Master’s in Information Technology Management. His hobbies are playing golf and spending time with his children.
Memories of the Lake * by Anthony Bethel
Publication Date: November 15, 2011
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