Mysteries of the Ozarks, Vol. V

Publisher: Goldminds Publishing

A collection of fast-paced stories that highlight the spooks and crooks, the dark and brooding, the exciting and mysterious Ozarks. Written by nineteen authors from the Ozarks, this is the fifth edition with all new stories.

American Book Fest Award Winner for Fiction Anthologies in 2018.

About Jane Shewmaker Hale

Jane is a native of Buffalo, Missouri, where she still lives and works. When her children were small. she started selling fireworks out of a roadside stand. The business was very successful for her and today they have over 350 red and yellow tents across 5 states. They have 200 wholesale customers and employ fourteen family members. She and four sons are all active in the family fireworks business in five states: Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. These businesses go under the names of DBA Rocket City Fireworks, Central Mississippi Importers, Star World Fireworks, Hale Fireworks and Rainbow Fireworks. Jane's family is very important to her. Besides her immediate family, her extended family plays a big role in her life They serve as inspiration to her in her writing and the children have been the source of her children's holiday "Land" series book plots.

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