Evil, Veiled by Darkness

by Leon 'Buckshot' Anderson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/4/2003

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : E-Book
Page Count : 248
ISBN : 9781410771971
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 248
ISBN : 9781410771988

About the Book

What began as “Hap” and Edna Larson’s first year of anticipated relaxing retirement, suddenly finds them thrust into the middle of a frenzied search for a killer.

The murder of a young conservation officer triggers a massive investigation which escalates into the biggest man hunt Michigan has witnessed in over thirty years, as well as the uncovering of a national scandal of enormous proportions!

Follow “Hap” and Edna in this twisted tale of terror and suspense which, will lead them through the forested wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, and ultimately to the leadership of Michigan’s State Government, as well as the hallowed halls of our Nation' s Capitol!

This is a genuine “Once you start, you can’t put it down” novel!

About the Author

A lifetime of living in the pristine north woods of Wisconsin has enabled the author to write both fiction and non-fiction, using the out of doors as backdrops to his tales and stories.

EVIL, VEILED BY DARKNESS, his second novel, is a sequel to his first, “LAST OF A DYING BREED”.

His writings have also been published in “FISHING FACTS” and “SPORTING TALES” magazines, plus numerous outdoor tabloids and newspapers. He currently is the author of “FISH TALES”, featured in an outdoor web-site based in Chicago, “BullheadBrothers.com”.

An autobiography of his early life, “GROWING UP ISN’T ALL FISHING AND HUNTING” was released in February of 2003.

Retiring from public education in 1996, after 36 distinguished years in the classroom, his writing career has become his first love.

Also, he began a summer career guiding anglers in 1953 and continues to do so to this date. His expertise in this field earned him the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a professional guide. “Buckshot” was inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a “Legendary Guide” in 2001.