Scarlet Thunder

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Tommy Nelson, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Trenton Hiser is trying to walk in the big footsteps of his famous uncle, Mike Hiser, a Hollywood director. During Trenton's summer break from school, those footsteps take both of them into the high-pressure world of stock-car racing's top level. Following the Scarlet Thunder racing team from track to track, their goal is to show fans the inside story. As they try to film the 180-mile-per-hour action, though, too many things go wrong. And at that speed, mistakes can be deadly. When Trenton finds out that much more than races are at stake, it looks like he's in for a terrible crash of his own. Unless he can somehow steer everything in the right direction. . .

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
14
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About the author (1998)

Sigmund Brouwer, Sigmund Brouwer was born in Central Alberta to Dutch immigrant parents. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Commerce from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan and an Honours Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Carleton University. He published many articles in American and Canadian magazines before he got his big break as a novelist. The first book he published was entitled, "Accidental Detectives," aimed at youth fiction. He is best known for his adult fiction novel, "Double Helix," published in 1995. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red Deer College and is on the Board of Directors of the Red Deer College Press. Brouwer also played semi-pro hockey as well as a stint as the editor for National Raquetball Magazine. He has taught mystery writing seminars and in 1993, co-founded The Young Writer's Institute to encourage today's youth to follow their dreams of a career in writing. Brouwer has won the Alberta Film and Literary Arts Writing Grant twice.

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