Ozark Mountains River's Edge Novel

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River’s Edge is a SEQUEL to Blue Hole ... Two mystery suspense novels set in the Ozark Mountains that are enjoyed by all ages.

The story crept out of me when my brother Dub and I took my grandsons Nick and Jake on a camping trip.

I could never have imagined that we would relive the horror of a murder committed at the Blue Hole the last time Dub and I were there in 1949. More

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About Rolland Love


The Ozark Mountains Stories Series is Enjoyed by ALL Ages.

“Rolland Love’s deep-rooted passion for the Ozark Mountains has transfigured into a series of FANTASTIC Adventures Huck and Tom could have only dreamed of and his writing style has been compared to MARK TWAIN.” Amazon.Com—Featured Author Review

"To understand Overland Park author and storyteller Rolland Love, think MARK TWAIN." Nick Kowalczyk, The Kansas City Star

“Rolland Love is a master storyteller. His Ozark stories always end well and leave the reader with a sense of well-being. His MARK TWAIN style of writing is enjoyed by all ages.” Judith Bader Jones, author of Delta Pearls and Moonflowers on the Fence.

“I have read a number of Rolland Love’s stories set in the Ozark Mountains and they are all nostalgic, and entertaining. I would recommend his writings to parents who want to show their children the pure joy of living experienced by kids growing up in a simpler place and time". Dave Hargis (Columbia, MO USA) Vantage Point Productions LLC

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Review by: John Mort on Nov. 29, 2012 :
***** Old Mysteries, Old Wounds

A half-century after the murder that changed his young life forever, Tom Benson brings his grandkids to the scene of the crime--to go fishing. The kids stand in, Hardy Boys-like, for the brothers from long ago; in fact, one turns up a bone on a sand bar. But before the mystery can at last be solved, city-dweller Tom will have to reconcile with his estranged brother, Dub. A strong YA entry and an excellent outing for adults, too, with its nostalgia for country life deep in the spring-filled, tree-covered Ozarks. -- John Mort, author of GOAT BOY OF THE OZARKS
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