The Dark Cabin Murders

The Dark Cabin Murders[Reading] ➶ The Dark Cabin Murders ➬ Frank L. Gertcher – Heartforum.co.uk Frank L Gertcher weaves an exquisitely crafted Civil War era murder mystery The story includes good detective work by Jeremiah and James, romance between key characters and insight with regard to the Frank L Gertcher weaves an exquisitely crafted Civil War era murder mystery The story includes good detective work by Jeremiah and James, romance between key characters and insight with regard to the battle of good and evil within the human soul Frank uses vivid dialogue between characters and emotional first person thoughts to let readers vicariously experience love and hate, rage and remorse, ecstasy and fear, joy and sadness Yet always, accurate descriptions of historical events and scenes are there, and the reader is immersed in time and place, just like the characters.

My wife Linda and I travel the world doing research for my books Our home is in the lovely Shell Point Retirement Community near Fort Myers, Florida I was born in Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana For many years, my father and I fished and trapped on the Wabash River for a major portion of our family income My teenage years were spent on a farm in Sullivan County As an adult, my degrees include a BS in Electrical Engineering, an MS in Engineering Management, an MBA and a PhD in Economics I served The Dark Kindle - years in the US Air Force I had another year career as a scientist and engineer, building weapon systems for the Department of Defense My publications include six books and a number of papers in scientific journals I traveled to and lived in many places around the world, but I am still a Hoosier at heart.

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  • Paperback
  • 322 pages
  • The Dark Cabin Murders
  • Frank L. Gertcher
  • 25 March 2019
  • 098357541X

10 thoughts on “The Dark Cabin Murders

  1. Nancy says:

    I encountered the author of this book at a Barnes Noble who asked me to give his book a try, so I did I made it about 10% of the way through 32 pages before giving up The book is supposed to be about a cabin owned by a pair of scam artists who take people in and then kill them This is according to the synopsis on the back of the book which interestingly is not how the author described his book The author described his book as about a teenage boy who runs away and ends up in the US Civil I encountered the author of this book at a Barnes Noble who asked me to give his book a try, so I did I made it about 10% of the way through 32 pages before giving up The book is supposed to be about a cabin owned by a pair of scam artists who take people in and then kill them This is according to the synopsis on the back of the book which interestingly is not how the author described his book The author described his book as about a teenage boy who runs away and ends up in the US Civil war as a drummer boy Anyway, in the parts I read, there was a description of a preacher traveling around the countryside and ministering to people he encounters and thinking in verse while riding his horse Then the 2nd chapter abruptly shifts to the Paleozoic and Ice Age era and the author tells us about how the land was formed, just in case, you know, you forgot Chapter three jumps ahead a few thousand years and we re back to the 1800 s and a husband and wife pair of scam artists And that was where I left the book I m sorry, I just couldn t sustain disbelief for another page This book really, really needs an editor An editor to cut this and that out and reinstate proper punctuation and capitalize proper nouns I m sure it s an interesting story, but it is bogged down by it s excesses

  2. Delaney McGuinness says:

    Through his poetic prose and heavy sprinkles of history, Gertcher transports you to a whole different world early 1800 s Indiana The Dark Cabin Murders is laced with the idea of Good vs Evil, a theme that is prominent throughout the book The subject is almost pictorial through the use of Gertcher s fantastical depictions of the surrounding landscape and of the characters wants and desires The description of the landscape gave me a strong urge to paint what Gertcher s imagination had provide Through his poetic prose and heavy sprinkles of history, Gertcher transports you to a whole different world early 1800 s Indiana The Dark Cabin Murders is laced with the idea of Good vs Evil, a theme that is prominent throughout the book The subject is almost pictorial through the use of Gertcher s fantastical depictions of the surrounding landscape and of the characters wants and desires The description of the landscape gave me a strong urge to paint what Gertcher s imagination had provided The plot of the book itself kept me intrigued from start to finish The events that take place in the book ripple throughout until they become waves and crash, opening up new mysteries and challenges If you like mysteries, The Dark Cabin Murders should be on your list to read Highly recommended for readers who appreciate a truly good story This book is a treasure for those who find beauty and peace in quality literature

  3. Kathy says:

    Wow, what a book I didn t think I was going to like it much in the beginning, and even contemplated not finishing it So glad I did I loved these characters, especially Thomas and James I felt I had come to know them so well I also came to know the setting, as it was so brilliantly described The style of writing was a bit new to me, but I enjoyed it immensely I also liked the poetry scattered throughout I had the pleasure of meeting the author at Barnes and Noble in The Villages, where he Wow, what a book I didn t think I was going to like it much in the beginning, and even contemplated not finishing it So glad I did I loved these characters, especially Thomas and James I felt I had come to know them so well I also came to know the setting, as it was so brilliantly described The style of writing was a bit new to me, but I enjoyed it immensely I also liked the poetry scattered throughout I had the pleasure of meeting the author at Barnes and Noble in The Villages, where he sat at a small table with a stack of the books It caught my attention and he convinced me to buy the book Thanks, Frank So glad I did

  4. Kate says:

    Full disclosure I m related to the authorThis is a historical fiction story that spans one boy s whole life beginning when he is a young boy and ending on when he has a young son of his own It has mystical elements in the form of the two influencing forces the Spirit of the Dell and the Spirit of Windgrass Hill If you re a fan of poetry, there is some scattered through the book, and fans of history will get a look into the history of Indiana specifically Terre Haute, as well as the Civil W Full disclosure I m related to the authorThis is a historical fiction story that spans one boy s whole life beginning when he is a young boy and ending on when he has a young son of his own It has mystical elements in the form of the two influencing forces the Spirit of the Dell and the Spirit of Windgrass Hill If you re a fan of poetry, there is some scattered through the book, and fans of history will get a look into the history of Indiana specifically Terre Haute, as well as the Civil War Although this book would probably be best enjoyed by adult audiences, it is still fairly safe for younger readers there is a murder, after all

  5. Natalie Kemnis says:

    El escritor estaba firmando su libro en una tienda de Barnes Noble Me indic que estaba ambientado en la Guerra Civil.Es un libro interesante, entrenido y que te mantiene intrigado hasta el final Si podr a ser editado y mejorado, pero la historia vale la pena.Est disponible s lo en ingl s El escritor estaba firmando su libro en una tienda de Barnes Noble Me indic que estaba ambientado en la Guerra Civil.Es un libro interesante, entrenido y que te mantiene intrigado hasta el final Si podr a ser editado y mejorado, pero la historia vale la pena.Est disponible s lo en ingl s

  6. Doreen Calderon says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A slow read could not commit to reading past page 75.

  7. John McCarthy says:

    The Dark Cabin Murders was a very good read It felt like I was actually there as the story progressed Great description of the characters and locales I highly recommend this book.

  8. Chad says:

    Excellent writing here A very good mystery and the facts for the time period are spot on Very well done As I live in Indiana this book was very entertaining.

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