All Hallows Eve

by – Thomas Dorsch (Author)

Under assumed names, with O’Rourke’s
forged documentation, they both managed to
find jobs as teachers in central Wisconsin.

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Book Description:

After years of trying to stay off the
government’s radar, John and Katie just
wanted a normal life again deep in the woods
of Wisconsin.

Following their incredible mission together,
that wrongly labeled them as domestic
terrorists, their enigmatic mentor, Cal
O’Rourke, instructed them to “hide in plain
sight” in order to escape targeting by the
authorities.

Under assumed names, with O’Rourke’s
forged documentation, they both managed to
find jobs as teachers in central Wisconsin.
All appeared promising for the new family.
They even settled into teaching and ventured
into the seasonal hobby business of running
“haunted hayrides” on their 80 acres.

Just as they felt some relief that they were
clear of investigation, the supernatural
intervenes one Halloween night as they find
themselves thrust into combat with another
legendary horror stalking the dark woods on
their property. Skills learned through their
hidden past must be employed again if they are to survive.

Reviews for the Book

Great storyline, character development and plot. The read is fast paced and always keeps your interest. The historical accuracy and native folklore, as well as the regional color are spot on mid Wisconsin, peppered with tongue in cheek humor and observations. This is the sequel to the author’s prior books, and if you haven’t read the prequels, it still explains enough to follow the storyline , and whets the readers interests in exploring the past exploits of the protagonists. Good old fashioned mystery thriller. Highly recommended. - 	Patrick Lane

About the Author: Thomas Dorsch

From the jungles of South America to the streets of Beirut, Tom Dorsch has survived throughout the world as a US Diplomatic Security Agent and professional adventurer. Tom is a former US Marine and is an accomplished wilderness guide, who has instructed thousands in the art of wilderness survival.