Mr. Stohler's Paradise

Mr. Stohler's Paradise

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After losing her ten-year grant studying near-death experiences, Rosa's forced to make ends meet as a hospital auditor for Uncle Sam - a dead end job filled with highway miles and hate mail. It's about to get worse. Life flies askew when Rosa's pervert boss, Jack, sends her to Mayfair for the year's last audit: She battles grumpy Nurse Jones, fantasizes about hunky Joe-Bob, and puzzles over Mr. Stohler's disastrous visions. Despite Iowa's frigid winter, Mr. Stohler sees the charming village of Mayfair roasting over an open fire this Christmas. More than bad dreams, Mr. Stohler's fantasy flames leap into reality, causing serious harm to both him and the hospital. After the locals beg Rosa for help, she digs into Mr. Stohler's tortured mind and finds a palm tree paradise instead of hellish bonfires. Her old research suggests that something powerful links their fates...but what...and how? Struggling for answers, practitioner soon turns patient, and Rosa must reconcile her past to save Mayfair from Mr. Stohler's future. Rosa studied death for a decade trying to prove love lives on. Must she burn for the answer? Mr. Stohler's Paradise is a supernatural thriller with a romantic-comedy twist. Mr. Stohler's Paradise combines elements from Steven King's mystifying, The Green Mile, with Fanny Flagg's endearing, Fried Green Tomatoes. A must read story for anyone needing a little warmth this winter.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 306 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.78mm | 530.7g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507735529
  • 9781507735527

About M a Schwerer

From the land of corn and cows comes a displaced writer lost somewhere in the Wasatch mountains. Born and raised in Peoria Illinois, Mark Schwerer is a 40's-something mechanical engineer residing on Utah's old farmlands. Mark's done a bit of everything in the last forty years including newsboy, professional photographer, martial arts instructor, process improvement manager, and engineer for the US Army. Married over twenty years, he and his wife have three children who love to distract him from writing. For many years he has operated Bear Mountain Studio LLC, a photography and writing business. Besides the previously mentioned, Mark also enjoys camping, hiking, biking, reading, movies, anime, and simply hanging out with family and friends-especially if there's free beer. Above all, Mark wishes to thank you, the precious reader. If you enjoyed this book, please tell your family and friends in person and online. It's difficult for a new author to gain traction so any help is appreciated! Wanna dig deeper into Mark's mind? Email him at: kumaschwerer@gmail.com bearmountainstudio@gmail.com.show more