Syracuse, NE (PRWEB) June 25, 2011
Mystery, suspense, action, and romance dramatically intertwine as author Carlene Keim releases The Buchanans: Storm. Made available through Xlibris, this book follows how one man finds the one thing he least needs when he is unwittingly thrust into a world of schemes, deceit, and murder.
The Buchanans: Storm introduces readers to Storm Buchanan. A powerful man, he wants no entanglements in his personal life, thus love is the last thing on his mind. His efforts to stay clear of ladies are tested when his search for bank robbers gets intertwined with Amanda Brennan’s search for her brother. Not the typical Eastern lady, Amanda isn’t deterred by the word “No”, or by the formidable man delivering the message. Her temper matches her red hair and she doesn’t mind being the nuisance in Storm’s mission to solve an unusual series of bank robberies and murder.
Wrapped with unpredictable twists and erratic turns, The Buchanans: Storm is a fast-paced saga that takes the reader through an intermingling of hilarious, exciting, romantic, and heart-wrenching experiences. Entertaining from the first page to the last, it tells how love can bloom in odd places at unusual times.
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About the Author
Carlene Keim and her husband, Bruce, live in Syracuse, Nebraska. They enjoy their three grown children: Brian, Rebecca, and Tim. She graduated from Midland College in 1972 with a BS in Elementary Education and a BA in Music K-12. She and her husband have traveled extensively all over the world. Her love of travel stems from having taught geography in Junior High. She taught for the Papillian / LaVista Schools, the Unadilla Schools, and subbed for the Syracuse Schools. Illness took her away from teaching. She now does volunteer tutoring and mentoring at Syracuse High School, giving her time for her love of writing.
The Buchanans: Storm * by Carlene Keim
Publication Date: April 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 244 pages; 978-1-4568-8056-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 244 pages; 978-1-4568-8057-6
eBook; $2.99; 978-1-4568-8058-3
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