There’s no name for the kind of evil that’s taken a foothold in the hills…
The calmness of the community is reflected in its name. Peace River is the kind of small town you read about: where everyone knows your name; where neighbours look out for each other; and where the toughest kind of criminal you’re likely to come across is a lone horse thief.
But a cold wind has blown into the Peace—as the locals call it—one that takes the form of two psychopaths whose consciences are guided only by their own twisted desires. Bent on wreaking as much carnage as possible while they line their pockets, two brothers terrorize the normally quiet Northern Alberta community.
Their deadly rampage gathers steam and cutting a bloody swath across the hills. It’s a deadly game of ‘hunt to kill’, as police struggle to stem the tide of bodies the brothers leave in their wake.
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Beverly Lein was born in Manning, Alberta, and raised in nearby Sunny Valley on her father’s farm with her three sisters and two brothers. Her hobbies have always included writing stories, songs, and poems. Before raising elk with her husband Carson on their own ranch, Lein worked as a cook, a farmer, a retailer, and a small business owner. A proud mother of two and grandmother of five, Lein’s life also requires her to be a veterinarian, a midwife, and an elk counsellor- depending on what the day brings. Beverly is the author of three books, An Elk in the Houseby NeWest Press, The Three Saints of Christmas, Wolf Spirit: The Story of Moon Beam.and Evil on the Peace River, all published by Inkwater Books.
On the writing process…
“Too many people don’t realize that they have awesome gifts inside of them and one of those might be being able to tell a story. So find a quiet place and sit down and start to write. Everyone has a story to tell. Maybe you can’t write the story because you are letting the fear of bad grammar hold you back. But that’s why you find a great editor to work with. What’s important is to write to the best of your ability. People can help you fix errors later!”
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