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Book Title: The Cistern|
The author of the book: Lorne Oliver
Edition: Lorne Oliver
Date of issue: June 13th 2014
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It isn’t always what’s in the dark that you should be afraid of…
When Chrys asks her brother, Spencer, for help to clean a foreclosed house for the bank, neither expects their lives to be on the line. It’s supposed to be a simple Sunday; take pictures…clean out the house…collect the cash. Chrys and Spencer are plunged into a fight for their lives when the house reveals unspeakable horrors.
…sometimes things in the light are even more deadly.
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Read information about the authorI’ve tried writing my bio many times and finally came to the realization that it is best to do it as I write. No formal, “Lorne Oliver was born as the wind flies amongst the Canadian woods,” I’m picturing you reading that in an English accent.
My favorite four things in life are my two kids who are discovering how talented they are, my wonderful wife who I discover is smarter than she gives herself credit for, and the world of writing. The order changes depending on the day.
In 2007 I got a diploma in culinary management and moved my family to Prince Edward Island, Canada where I worked in many restaurants to learn the trade of a chef. What I really learned is that the jobs I preferred were the ones where I could lean against the wall and write between customers.
My writing journey started at the age of ten because of Mrs. Staples, a great school librarian, and something called The Young Authors Club. Because of my love of Sherlock Holmes stories I started with short mysteries and then I changed to romance form a male perspective. I enjoyed books like Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity and Karen Brichoux’s Coffee and Kung Fu.
While in PEI, thanks to my wife, I had the opportunity to interview several members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. It gave me the chance to write the idea I had for a long time of showing the officer chasing down a serial killer while letting the reader see how a little kid could grow up to be a monster. That is done, but there are more monsters that need to speak.
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