Henry Wilder is excited to spend the whole summer at the family cabin, Wilder’s Edge. Cousin Dylan’s new scheme to find gold at an old mine sounds good at first, but goes very wrong. An eighty year old mystery on Rainy Lake unfolds enticing Henry, Dylan and their friend, Arla into a hunt that pulls a dangerous game into the present.
About Diane Bradley (South Bend, Indiana Author)
Diane Bradley grew up in the northern woods on a farm by Two Harbors, Minnesota. She spent a wonderful childhood daydreaming, fishing, horseback riding, and tromping through the woods. She received degrees from the University of Minnesota and Indiana University South Bend, and retired from teaching to write children’s books.
Her mystery adventure books Wilder's Edge, Wilder’s Foe, and Wilder’s Ghost, North Star Press, takes place in northern Minnesota. She and her characters, Henry and Dylan Wilder, and friends Arla, and Rika think a perfect day is being out on Rainy Lake. She has written nonfiction articles in Cabin Life, and Simply North about muskrats, Jun Fujita, and writing in the woods.
Diane now lives in the woods not so far north in Indiana along with her husband and two rescue dogs, Freya and Watson. She still loves to fish and has added kayaking to her list of favorite things. Visit her at dianebradleywriter.com.