Two Novels Set in Michigan Featured on RFD-TV.
Barry Stutesman hosts Michigan Magazine’s look at novels set in Michigan.
The interview was taped earlier at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion, Michigan.
Dead Lock is one of two Warner novels set in Michigan. The historical thriller takes place in the Sault Ste. Marie of World War II. Detroit Times reporter Kate Brennan is forced to leave town by a mob hit squad. She journeys to the Soo where she goes to work for her uncle’s newspaper. A close friend is murdered, and in investigating the crime, she encounters a Nazi plot to destroy the locks.
“Nearly 90% of the iron ore bound for Allied defense plants had to travel through the Soo Locks,” Warner says. “To destroy them could have changed the course of the war.”
Warner says the locks were heavily guarded. “We had almost 7,500 troops stationed there,” he says. They were armed with anti-aircraft weaponry.”
Freeze Frame 2016 is another novel set in Michigan. It takes place in modern day Detroit. The upcoming presidential election is just days away when ad executive Darcy James discovers a dark secret behind the candidate leading in the polls. But she and her love interest, Sean Higgins, are being hunted for a murder they didn’t commit. They hide out in Gaylord, Michigan, looking for evidence that will prove their innocence, and the presidential candidate guilty of treason.
The first chapters of both novels set in Michigan are available at www.bdavidwarner.com.
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