Being an avid reader all of my adult life, I always wondered what it would be like to actually write a book. After putting it off for more years than I care to remember, I quit thinking about it and sat down and started writing.
I spent a lot of my childhood years vacationing in the North woods of Wisconsin and the occasional trip to Florida, I thought what great places to base a story. We would always tell storys around the campfire - storys about John Dillinger, Al Capone, wondering what was lurking in the woods just past the light of the campfire. Of course, none of us would sleep at night, but it was vacation after all.
I hope you enjoy reading this story as much as I enjoyed writing it. Thanks. Joe
The Search for Al Capone's Diary
by Joe Stengele
Where is Al Capone’s fortune? He went to prison knowing he’d have to buy his way out. He hid his stash so his associates couldn’t find it. The telling clues lay in his diary, never found until now. Its location was known to only one person. Other surprising clues surface that shockingly point the finger to someone very unsuspected. Will history assist or hinder this investigation?
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