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Book Title: Tremolo: Cry of the Loon|
The author of the book: Aaron Paul Lazar
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 588 KB
Edition: Twilight Times Books
Date of issue: August 15th 2006
Read full description of the books Tremolo: Cry of the Loon:Reminiscent of Stephen King's "The Body", but sweeter, "Tremolo: Cry of the Loon", is a beautifully crafted mystery, thriller, and coming-of-age novel. These elements merge, so that the suspense plot never becomes too gritty, the "end of innocence" story is never too mushy, and the mystery never gets bogged down in details. Tremolo is filled with exquisite imagery, so that you are drawn into the story from the opening paragraph, and are sorry to turn the last page. This is an undiscovered masterpiece of storytelling, one that captures to perfection the last fleeting moments of childhood and the discoveries and excitement that beckon one into growing up.
In 1964, Gus LeGarde is eleven, spending the summer at his grandparents' lake resort with his family and his two best friends. Against a backdrop of boat rides, penny candy, and picnics, Gus begins to notice girls, learns about the cruelty of some adults, and discovers a hero within himself. The world begins to change for Gus, when he spies a frightened injured girl in the woods behind the lake. She disappears before he can come to her aid, and Tremolo is the story of Gus's summer-long efforts to find and help her while there is still time.
I picked this book up by chance, and it's a little hidden treasure, one that re-opens our eyes to all the good in life we may be overlooking with our adult perspective. Sometimes, it's great to be eleven again, even just for an afternoon.
Read information about the authorAaron Paul Lazar writes to soothe his soul. A bestselling Kindle author of 25 books, including three addictive mystery series, writing books, a romantic suspense series, and a new love story series, Aaron enjoys the Genesee Valley countryside in upstate New York, where his characters embrace life, play with their dogs and grandkids, grow sumptuous gardens, and chase bad guys. Visit his website at http://www.lazarbooks.com. Aaron has won over 19 book awards for his novels and finds writing to be his form of "cheap therapy." Feel free to network with him on Facebook or his website; he loves to connect with readers!
Visit his website at www.lazarbooks.com.
more about the author:
Aaron Paul Lazar wasn’t always a mystery writer. It wasn’t until eight members of his family and friends died within five years that the urge to write became overwhelming. “When my father died, I lost it. I needed an outlet, and writing provided the kind of solace I couldn’t find elsewhere.”
Lazar created the Gus LeGarde mystery series, with the founding novel, DOUBLE FORTÉ (2004), a chilling winter mystery set in the Genesee Valley of upstate New York. Like Lazar’s father, protagonist Gus LeGarde is a classical music professor. Gus, a grandfather, gardener, chef, and nature lover, plays Chopin etudes to feed his soul and thinks of himself as a “Renaissance man caught in the 21st century.”
The creation of the series lent Lazar the comfort he sought, yet in the process, a new passion was unleashed. Obsessed with his parallel universe, he now lives, breathes, and dreams about his characters, and has written eleven LeGarde mysteries.
One day while rototilling his gardens, Lazar unearthed a green cat’s eye marble, which prompted the new paranormal mystery series featuring Sam Moore, retired country doctor and zealous gardener. The green marble, a powerful talisman, connects all three of the books in the series, whisking Sam back in time to uncover his brother’s dreadful fate fifty years earlier. (THE DISAPPEARANCE OF BILLY MOORE; TERROR COMES KNOCKING, and FOR KEEPS) Lazar intends to continue both series, in addition to three contemporary new series including Tall Pines Mysteries, set in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains, Paines Creek love stories series, set on Cape Cod, and Bittersweet Hollow romantic suspense series, set in Vermont.
Lazar’s books feature breathless chase scenes, nasty villains, and taut suspense, but are also intensely human stories, replete with kids, dogs, horses, food, romance, and humor. The author calls them, “country mysteries,” although reviewers have dubbed them “literary mysteries.”
“It seems as though every image ever impressed upon my brain finds its way into my work. Whether it’s the light dancing through stained-glass windows in a Parisian chapel, curly slate-green lichen covering a boulder at the edge of a pond in Maine, or hoarfrost dangling from a cherry tree branch in mid-winter, these images burrow into my memory cells. In time they bubble back, persistently itching, until they are poured out on the page.”
Lazar lives on a ridge overlooking the Genesee Valley in upstate New York with his wife, mother-in-law, beloved Cavi-poo, Balto, Cavi-bichon, Amber, and four cats. He and his wife, Dale, now have seven grandchildren to spoil and they enjoy every second of it!
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