CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming author Dean Petersen will be presenting guide signings of his new e book “The Burqa Cave” through the Casper Art Wander from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, August 5 at Wind City Books.
Petersen resigned from do the job to serve in the the United States Army in 2011 and was stationed in Germany, according to Sastrugi Press. Now, he’s again residing in the Cowboy State.
“The Burqa Cave is his 1st try to exorcise the horrifying points he’s witnessed in his head for decades and pen them into a novel,” Sastrugi Push states.
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Petersen concluded a bachelor of arts degree in movie research in 2004 and has a adore for storytelling and horror movies. In addition to getting an creator, Petersen helps make documentaries and promotional films, according to his bio from Sastrugi Push.
A movie trailer for the release of “The Burqa Cave” is obtainable on Petersen’s Youtube channel:
A instructor is however haunted by what he did in Iraq.
A macabre ritual traumatizes a substantial faculty university student.
Still disturbed by Iraq, Tim Ross finds solace instructing higher university in Wyoming. His silent is shattered by a freshman who reveals a macabre initiation held at the gun array by the football crew. When Tim asks about the unusual ritual involving an old criminal offense and phantom sightings of a murdered woman, the frightened teen’s only reaction is, “Do you believe in ghosts?”
“He strike her in the chest with the rifle’s muzzle after much more as she screamed and thrust what had been her child at him.”
Tim does his best to publish off the strange incident right until that identical pupil prospects him to the stays of a female the full county experienced been searching for. However making an attempt to think there is a logical rationalization, Tim scours the dim forests and lonely homesteads of The Uinta Mountains to locate the killer who has stalked their community for decades.
Closing in on his concentrate on, Tim’s suspect strikes again, forcing him to confront the horror of what he did to an Iraqi civilian. Will he shed the only chance at conquering his previous and saving the daily life of the unusual boy who has served him understand there is life immediately after loss of life and hope following war?
What if you could take again the worst day of your daily life?
Petersen is hoping to write far more “if he can get a moment amongst getting care of his a few smaller small children and his giant Saint Bernard,” in accordance to Sastrugi Press. “Always on the road for do the job, he relishes the option to hear to Stephen King and Gillian Flynn’s audiobooks as the open areas of his favorite condition roll past the windows.”
Wind Town Books is positioned at 152 South Middle St. in Casper.