Wednesday, August 16, 2006

New Release! Click here to buy the ebook in downloadable pdf format until the print version is released in 2007.


Tremolo: cry of the loon, is a coming-of-age mystery, a stirring and nostalgic trip back to the summer of 1964 when the nation mourned the assassination of JFK and American life was forever changed by the arrival of the Beatles.

Eleven-year-old Gus LeGarde is spending another glorious summer at his grandparents’ lakeside camp, along with his best friends, Elsbeth and Siegfried Marggrander. When their boat capsizes, Gus and the twins witness a drunk chasing a girl through the foggy Maine woods. She’s scared. She’s hurt. And she disappears.

On horseback and on foot, Gus, Elsbeth, and Siegfried search for Sharon Adamski, worried her brutal father will find her before they do.

During the hunt, Gus is faced with a number of personal dilemmas. He must keep secret his new friendship with “Mrs. Jones,” a woman in mourning who resides incognito. Gus also glimpses a slice of the twins’ life through their mother, who lost her family in a Nazi concentration camp. In a cruel coincidence, Gus faces the imminent loss of his own mother.

Reports of stolen religious artifacts reach the lakeside camp. New England churches have been ransacked, and missing is the church bell cast by Paul Revere, stolen from St. Stephen’s church in Boston’s North End. When Gus and his friends stumble on a scepter that may be part of the loot, they become targets. The villain turns on them, and all thoughts of a lazy summer whirl out of control.

6 comments:

Zinnia said...

So happy for you!!!

Aaron Paul Lazar said...

Thank you, Zinnia!!!

Southern Writer said...

Congratulations, Aaron! You must be so excited. I need to e-mail you and get the details so I can officially congratulate you on my blog.

Steve G said...

Sounds like a super read. Congratulations.

Aaron Paul Lazar said...

Thanks, Val and Steve! I appreciate your kind words.

Steve G said...

Aaron, thanks for visiting my site.Your generous comments are much appreciated.