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Cemetery Island Paperback – 18 Jul 2004

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Ed Kostro is a published freelance writer and book author with an undying passion for animal, nature, science fiction, historical, and Native American stories.His nonfiction memoir, Curious Creatures-Wondrous Waifs, My Life with Animals has recently been published, as well as his Western novel, Gold River Canyon.Ed currently resides in Illinois with his lovely wife, Rebecca, 5 rescued felines, a ferocious little Chihuahua, and a 75-lb desert dawg from New Mexico.

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Suspense and Adventure in the Northern Wilderness 27 Dec 2004
By Mark S. Collins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Cemetery Island, an adventure/fantasy novel, is an intriguing combination of "Grizzly Adams" and Back to the Future." To escape the stress of big city life, Tom and Margie rent a houseboat in the wilds of northern Minnesota. Their blissful vacation of lovemaking, listening to the loons, and watching the deer at play is interrupted by a perfect storm that somehow transports them back in time circa 1800. Bambi is gone, and now they must face nature red in tooth and claw.

This book was a pleasure to read. The author also provides a fascinating, detailed description of Ojibwa Indian culture. I highly recommend Cemetery Island.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I Couldn't Put it Down 24 Nov 2004
By R. MCELROY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A fascinating adventure story set in the vast Canadian wilderness, filled with nature, wild critters, and an intriguing plot line demonstrating just how differently the male and female of our species define `enjoyable vacation destination spots.' Well worth the read if you like the great outdoors!
Cemetery Island 10 Oct 2004
By molly martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Cemetery Island ......... Molly's Revies

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The first six days of the family vacation were past, and the family settled in for their last night aboard the rented houseboat when from the radio came word of a terrifying storm . Morning brought the Hawkins' to an marked shoreline, a group of Ojibwa Indians who were expecting their arrival and an angry cubless Grizzly.

Peppy, credible dialogue is filled with tart humor, tingle and a genuine `people talking' quality.

The excitement and perplexity of Cemetery Island is complimented with historical fact offered as conversation between Tom and Marge as they trek northward.

Perky chatter, worrisome scenario and enigmatic settings abundantly portrayed, this is Cemetery Island.

Happy to recommend.

Reviewed by: molly martin

20+ years public school teacher
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