Cottonwood, Ariz (PRWEB) September 15, 2011
It’s 1950 and Judith Newman is terrified. While desperately trying to hold on to her family’s valuable land, she has the eerie suspicion that her next door neighbor, Axel Bronson, will resort to anything to own the vast domain owned by the Newman family. When Judith becomes the main suspect in the disappearance of her brother Jack, Judith’s paranoia becomes justified. Things become all the more confusing when her rescuers – neighbors Kenneth and Devlon Cedarholm and Axel’s less-than-normal son Matthew – come to protect her from a murderer who has her in his crosshairs. But are they really there to protect her life or end it?
An aficionado of suspense novels, Olson employs an edge-of-your-seat plotline and memorable characters to deliver a captivating thriller.
About the Author
Montana-born and ranch-bred, Della May Olson and her husband, Merle, fought blizzards and drought on Loco Ridge, Montana, for seven years before moving to Arizona. She and Merle now live in Cottonwood, Arizona, in the shadow of the legendary red rocks of Sedona.
Twenty years tardy, Olson graduated as valedictorian of Mesa Community College in Mesa, Arizona, at the age of 39. Her poems and short stories have been published in local publications. Her first novel, “Lena’s Rainbow”, was published in 2007. She is currently at work on the sequel to “Terror on Loco Ridge,” tentatively titled “Growing Up Bronson.”
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