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SATELLITE CRASH LANDS NEAR GODERICH
in author's latest thriller
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(submitted March 29, 2019)
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Canadian author Glenn Muller doesn't see why New York City should have all the fun. When he needed a location to crash a satellite in BOOMERANG, his latest novel, he thought that Huron County would be ideal.

"BOOMERANG isn't really about a disaster." Muller says. "In fact, when the satellite does come down, for a while no-one is quite sure where it is so I needed somewhere lightly populated. Goderich ticked all the boxes since there is plenty of open farmland on one side and the expanse of Lake Huron on the other. Not to mention the proximity to the US border, which also comes into play." Muller is quite familiar with the area; he and his wife bring their travel trailer to Point Farms Provincial Park at least twice a year. And when he saw the picture of the Victorian resort hotel, that used to be on the site, the author just knew he had to bring the grand old building back to life.

"I'll admit that I manipulated the landmarks a little bit, although with the harbour, airport, salt mine, courthouse, library, and prison, to name a few, I was spoiled for choice. That the county also has unusual weather, occasionally, was just icing on the cake."

BOOMERANG has a wonderful cast of characters including the core of fictional residents who decide that they might have their own use for a Chinese spy satellite. "I don't go for the super-agent types," says Muller. "My characters have vulnerabilities but also a lot of heart and a sense of humour. I make sure that the little guy always has a chance of success against the heavyweights."

A fast-paced adventure novel with some elements of a techno-thriller, BOOMERANG also drifts to the cozy end of the spectrum with its population of ordinary folk who are faced with an extraordinary situation. But as the last line of the description states, "...never count out the locals when they have home field advantage."

BOOMERANG is available as an e-book through all popular online retailers (Amazon, KOBO, Apple, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, etc.) and available as a paperback at Fincher's Bookstore on Courthouse Square in Goderich. Speaking of which, mark Saturday May 25th on your calendar. The author will be available to sign copies of BOOMERANG at Fincher's Bookstore from 10:30am until Noon.

For more information on Glenn Muller and his books, visit his website at www.glennmuller.ca or visit his Facebook page: Glenn Muller - Uncorked Ink.

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