The Tree Climber
About the Book
In the act of climbing a tree, a young boy is witness to a disturbing criminal act involving a teenage girl. The boy in the tree comes to the girl’s aid and unknowingly becomes infatuated with, falls in love with and eventually marries the girl who captured his heart. War, relocation and professional advancement bring the girl and her savior in contact with the perpetrator of the long-past crime. In what takes place between these seemingly predestined people, “The Tree Climber” offers and array of action, adventure and drama to the reader.
About the Author
Allen R. Remaley is a four-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps and a retiree of a thirty-seven year teaching career in both secondary and university studies. He holds a doctorate in French and in the teaching of foreign languages. Upon retirement, he decided to leave a legacy of his work by writing a dozen novels in the hope that words would take the place of photograph albums. He likes to say that he can make mistakes in four languages, and that his banjo playing can clear a room faster than a swarm of hornets coming through an open window. He enjoys happy hours with friends and his wife of sixty years, and he and his wife make their home in Saratoga Springs, New York and in Scottsdale, Arizona.