Lake of Tears
"Five men were headed out on one dark, dismal morning in a fog that was so dense. That visibility was extremely poor. These particular five men were daring enough to venture out on a lake that was covered by heavy fog ... These men were to go out in three separate crafts; one of the men had a good feeling that all five men would not return from today's trip. ... for in this cold foul weather, strange things were going to happen on this very dismal day. For these men, their lives would be changed forever. Unbelievable, long overdue, untold imaginable, and new stories would be told from this day forth."--Prologue.
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