Paige Turner, a 23-year-old book reviewer, and columnist for a Boston periodical gets the assignment of a lifetime when she is asked to find the missing best-selling novelist, Carl Alexander. With not much to go on but a telegram and an older man’s memories, she finds clues in Carl’s latest novel, Soul Stealer, that will lead her to a place that time itself has forgotten. With darkness closing in all around her, she finds herself in a hopeless situation that will affect her for the rest of her life.
About the Author
NEWLY RELEASED – Both of my self-pub’d short stories, “Shout From A Rooftop” and “Agnes Stillwater Day” have been revised and re-released for your kindle with all new covers and introductions! Check it out!
WELCOME and thank you for stopping by my Author Page. So, who am I? Well, I guess I’m just your average person pursuing his dream. I love a good fiction novel. A mystery, epic fantasy, adventure, or comedy…I love it all. With my own writing, I want to put a good quality story on the shelf…something that I would like to read. Something I think that you’d like to read.
Things I like (but am not restricted to): Positive, upbeat people. Smiles. A hot cup of coffee. Flannel shirts. Sports (mainly football and basketball). Music … love music.
I live in Idaho, am the father of two and the grandfather of four. Amazing how time flies…
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The Disappearance of Paige Turner is one of those books in which you expect a twist at the end and I wasn’t disappointed. From the first page to the last path kept me intrigued. I read it in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down. My mind was going back and forth with possibilities trying to decide what might be real, what might not be real, and being suspicious of all the characters.
Bart Gilbertson knows how to write a short story. He makes the characters interesting, so that you want to more, gives you a plot that twists your mind trying to figure out how it’s going to end, and then surprises you with the ending. Thank you.