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  • Genre:TRUE CRIME
  • SubGenre:Hoaxes & Deceptions
  • Language:English
  • Pages:318
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667827056

The Trees Won't Tell

by Lynn Terrell

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Overview
A book of mystery and intrigue. The central character in this story, Mitch Conner, is starting a new life after moving from the fast pace and complex city of Atlanta to the serenity and relaxed atmosphere of a small town. Conner's adopted new home is nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains of Western Carolina. While out walking in the forests surrounding his rustic cabin one day, he stumbles on human remains. And the unplanned circumstances surrounding that discovery take him on a journey involving the identity of the unknown victim, local police intervention, and the unexpected reality of what really goes on in this seemingly idyllic mountainous setting. It's the same isolated setting that Olympic Games bomber Eric Rudolph used for 5 years to avoid capture by the FBI. Conner realizes the secrecy and mystery that seem to exist in these mountains is a shroud looming over its natural beauty and lure. He also realizes this remote area provides a haven for those who seem to have something to hide.
Description
A book of mystery and intrigue. The central character in this story, Mitch Conner, is starting a new life after moving from the fast pace and complex city of Atlanta to the serenity and relaxed atmosphere of a small town. Conner's adopted new home is nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains of Western Carolina. While out walking in the forests surrounding his rustic cabin one day, he stumbles on human remains. And the unplanned circumstances surrounding that discovery take him on a journey involving the identity of the unknown victim, local police intervention, and the unexpected reality of what really goes on in this seemingly idyllic mountainous setting. It's the same isolated setting that Olympic Games bomber Eric Rudolph used for 5 years to avoid capture by the FBI. Conner realizes the secrecy and mystery that seem to exist in these mountains is a shroud looming over its natural beauty and lure. He also realizes this remote area provides a haven for those who seem to have something to hide.
About the author
Before becoming an author, Lynn Terrell worked in business communications as a technical writer, speech writer, and film producer. His employers included well known, Fortune 500 companies, including IBM where he worked for 25 years. In retirement, Terrell continued other life-long interests, including abstract painting, writing song lyrics, and producing historical and personal interest videos. In his novels, Terrell draws heavily on real-life experiences. His latest book – "The Trees Won't Tell" contains a great deal of personal information, all of it attributed to the main character. Terrell has written three other books, "Bless Me Father," "The Gathering Storm," and "The Descendant." Terrell credits his creativity to his mother who wrote poetry as a young woman. The author earned an undergraduate degree from Kent State University and a master's degree from Northwestern, both in journalism. As a student he worked for several newspapers as a reporter and columnist.
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