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William Rainbolt’s Mesmerizing Murder Mystery book “Murder at Camp Tera”

Will take Readers into the Dark Depths of the Great Depression Era.


William Rainbolt creates a murder mystery that keeps readers on the edge of their seats with a sharp eye for historical detail and a talent for examining the subtleties of human action. Drawing inspiration from his multifaceted career in journalism, academia, and spiritual guidance, he infuses the narrative with richly developed characters, deep-seated emotions, and intricate relationships that mirror the struggles and dreams of Depression-era America.

In the heart of the Lower Hudson Valley, Camp Tera is a haven for destitute women seeking refuge from the harsh realities of life. However, the calm is shattered when Hannah Doyle, a vivacious staff member, is brutally murdered on the shores of a tranquil lake. Sgt. Dave Lewin of the New York State Police steps into the scene, setting off a meticulous investigation that uncovers a web of secrets, motives, and unexpected connections.

As readers get into the pages of “Murder at Camp Tera,” they are not merely spectators but participants in an intense journey through the Great Depression. He seamlessly integrates historical context, anecdotes, and dialogue that breathe life into the era, allowing readers to walk side by side with characters as they navigate the harsh realities of the times.

Just as the characters struggle to survive in a world overshadowed by economic turmoil, the story offers insights into human strengths, friendships, and the pursuit of hope. His expert storytelling skillfully captures the essence of the era, taking readers into the challenges faced by everyday people and the unbreakable spirit that drove them forward.

Visit and order a copy of “Murder at Camp Tera” right away to begin an adventure through a period of crisis, mystery, and tenacity. Join Sgt. Dave Lewin as he reveals facts that will keep you interested until the very last page as he explains the mysterious circumstances behind Hannah Doyle’s murder.

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Murder at Camp Tera by William Rainbolt

Language : English
Paperback : 342 pages
ISBN-10 : 1977252974
ISBN-13 : 978-1977252975
Item Weight : 1.11 pounds

About the Author

William Rainbolt has created a versatile career in a variety of fields: reporting and writing in journalism; teaching at college and university levels; earning a doctorate in American history; publishing one historical novel set in Texas in 1836 and completing a second historical novel set in 1934 during the Great Depression; and serving in the U.S. Navy.

Bill’s first novel, Moses Rose: A Tale of the Alamo and Survivors, was published commercially in 1996 by Dan River Press, and was reissued as an eBook in 2016 available on Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Google Books, Kobo, and others. When first published, Moses Rose was described by The Dallas Morning News as an “imaginative tale in which Rose must deal with many different meanings of heroism, survival, loneliness, and love.”

Recently, Bill finished his second historical novel, The Killing of Hannah Doyle, a murder mystery set in the Depression Summer of 1934 and occurring primarily in the Lower Hudson Valley and Brooklyn. The Depression was one of Bill’s’ areas of interest for a doctorate in history.

A native of Texas, Bill has lived also in Turkey, Missouri, New Jersey, and New York, where he resides now in the Upper Hudson Valley.

William maintains memberships in The Authors Guild, Historical Novel Society, Spiritual Writing Network, and Spiritual Directors International.

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 William Rainbolt
 Murder Mystery
 Women Seeking Refuge
 Great Depression

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