Eagar authors publish novel about a woman who finds danger on vacation

EAGAR — Two Eagar women have teamed up to write a novel about one woman’s vacation where she finds both danger and personal discovery. “Shadows within the Mist,” the new book by PJ Wiltbank and CJ Bohala, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co.

A surprising and unexpected choice for a relaxing vacation spot ends up being an unwise move for executive secretary Kasteel Freeman. On her way to a small town called Maple in Montana, Kasteel starts to second-guess her selection when she starts hearing an unknown voice calling to her.

Unsure of exactly who — or what — the voice is and its message, she continues on, determined to find her R&R. But when she reaches her destination, danger sets in, and Kasteel is left wondering if the voice just may be the key to escape.

Wiltbank enjoys hunting, fishing and camping. She also volunteers for local blood banks, senior centers, Friends of CASA and domestic violence organizations. She is married and has four children, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She loves exploring family history and enjoys listening to Celtic music.

Bohala enjoys sewing, needle pointing, crocheting and playing with her cats. She has two sons and six grandchildren. She enjoys listening to Native American music. She has a great love and concern for the Native American people.

“Shadows within the Mist” is a 212-page paperback with a retail price of $18. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Whiplash Willy

Never travel thru the White Mountains with an Obama sticker on your car.

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