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AuthorHouse, Dec 4, 2006 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Jason and Sue were brother and sister and had always done what they could to look after their own. Shortly after Sue’s husband dies , Jason steps in to help his sister manage her money and keep her from loosing her house. This does not set well with Jason’s wife, Lara, and leads to repeated fights and mental breakdown of their marriage. After Jason and Lara’s son travels to visit his aunt Sue, all hell breaks loose and Jason’s family is forced into what seems to be an eternity of coincidental circumstances. Is Jason loosing his mind ,or is his sister, or is it wife? Why would they find pictures of a time past in Sue’s House? Why did the old storage unit, seem so innocent, however become so dangerous?

We invite you to sit back and join us in the roller coaster ride that follows called “YARD”

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one of the sleeper books, that kept me awake after reading! we wont go to some of the places they name off on the book again! to creepy, to real! we want more, when will this author write again" we want more!

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About the author (2006)

Bruce A. Schmidt was born in Denver Colorado and raised in the town of Eaton Colorado. Bruce and his younger sister were close in growing up and excelled in normal school activities. Bruce’s parents raised Bruce in what is now the city museum. Growing up in a house that is that large, one often begins to question their believe in ghost. This was the Benjamin Eaton estate in which served as Bruce’s home until the enlistment into the United States Navy. Shortly after getting his degree, he was awarded placement on the USS Missouri battleship and was in route for the Persian Gulf during operation Desert Shield. After serving four years in the Navy, Bruce got out with an honorable discharge and headed home to the town in which he was raised.

There he met his wife, and together they raaised six wonderful children. During this time however, they lost a son, which some of the emotional content in the story is based on. Bruce spends his time working as a Chief Engineer and running a small family business. In his free time he develops ideas for patents, writes and spends time with family. Bruce still calls Eaton his home and lives a very full life.

Bruce’s belief is that the best story told is one lived, and most of this story is true to one extent or another. Bruce has started work on a second book and hopes that you like and enjoy “YARD”

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