> PublishAmerica Presents The Big Horn Incidents by Louis R. Schavie
> Frederick, MD August 30, 2006 -- PublishAmerica is proud to present
> The Big Horn Incidents by Streamwood, Illinois author Louis R.
> Schavie. The Big Horn Incidents is a story about a majestic place,
> nestled in the valley of the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. It’s a
> guest ranch with log cabins, surrounded by big ponderosa pines. Two
> the owners are tenderfoots from the East. The third partner is Jack
> Riley, a cowhand who manages the facilities and activities. The
> tranquility of the ranch suddenly changes when two terrible incidents
> happen. One is ruled an accident, the other a suicide. Riley enlists
> the help of an old friend to investigate the tragedy. The plot
> thickens as the investigation swerves through winding curves, with
> more disasters and victims along the way.
> Louis R. Schavie served three years in the Air Force. He was a
> successful barber until diagnosed at the Mayo Clinic with Lou
> disease. He changed professions and became superintendent of a
> wastewater facility in Hanover Park, Illinois. Now retired, he writes
> and battles A.L.S. each day.
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