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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Natalie and Jim are at it again. Those lovable bon vivants who romped around Martha's Vineyard in Vineyard Days and fought the bad guys in Lafayette's Gold begin their latest adventure in the abandoned town of Frick's Lock. This time the story takes them to places like Pennhurst Asylum and other landmarks in and around Chester County Pennsylvania as they piece together the seemingly disjointed fragments of the age of the industrial revolution.

There's also a trip to Michigan, for how can one discuss inventions without intoning the name of Henry Ford?


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This is historical fiction. As with any good historical fiction, sometimes it's hard to separate the facts from the story line. But there's a lot to learn here about the industrial revolution and the famous inventors of that time along with some very creative and plausible "what if" scenarios.

Woven through the fabric of the story there are mysteries to be solved. I recommend it to fans of historical fiction, those interested in industrial milestones, lovers of Chester County Pennsylvania, mystery readers, and really anyone who just wants an enjoyable read.

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But love seeing our local area being mentioned. Not what I was expecting. A very enjoyable read I enjoyed his first work, Vineyard Days, as well as his second outing, Lafayette's Gold, but I have to say his most recent work shows his growth as a writer and story teller. Jim and Natalie Peters of historic Chester County, Pennsylvania are back on the road again, this time delving into the abandoned town of Frick's Lock in the shadow of the Limerick nuclear plant on the Schuylkill River. Choosing a dilapidated house at random precipitates a very scary search of its attic.


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Natalie manages to pinch a box before security guards chase her off the property. What's in the box is what will captivate and carry the reader along until the surprise ending.

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In between, author Gene Pisasale manages to bring in a lot of information about the Industrial Revolution, including facts about several of its outstanding figures, such as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and the Wright Brothers. This mystery novel glows with the same fun repartee between Jim and Natalie that was displayed by William Powell and Myrna Loy in the popular s Nick and Nora Charles films.

Locals will especially enjoy references to well-known area sites. This reader looks forward to more exuberant history from Gene Pisasale. Margaret Glen Mills, PA. Chester County, PA is filled with plenty of history - much tied to abandoned locations - their stories just waiting to be told. Gene's new historical mystery centers on two of these places: Both are only a few miles apart, northwest of Phoenixville.

The story begins with an unauthorized visit to s era Frick's Lock Village, its demise tied to the construction of the nearby Limerick nuclear power plant in the s. While investigating one of the buildings, Natalie discovers an old box hidden in the corner of a dark attic. She drags the box back to her car only to get arrested when she returns to the village to complete her 'tour'. The box is undiscovered by the police and she returns home after being bailed out by her husband Jim. What's in the box - a bunch of old junk. After being released Natalie and Jim set about investigating the absconded box of treasures.

Their explorations lead them to yet another abandoned facility, Pennhurst Asylum, where they unearth clues that will lead them ultimately to the biggest discovery of all. Coached in easy to read language and photos of the authentic sites, the reader will move quickly through each chapter featuring quotations of actual scientists and prominent figures.

Featuring towns and historic sites Gene Pisasale tickles ones interest in the little known and under-explored bites of local Pennsylvania history. Jim and Natalie Peters of historic Chester County, Pennsylvania are back on the road again, this time delving into the abandoned town of Frick's Lock in the shadow of the Limerick nuclear plant on the Schuylkill River.

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Choosing a dilapidated house at random precipitates a very scary search of its attic. Natalie manages to pinch a box before security guards chase her off the property.

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What's in the box is what will captivate and carry the reader along until the surprise ending. In between, author Gene Pisasale manages to bring in a lot of information about the Industrial Revolution, including facts about several of its outstanding figures, such as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and the Wright Brothers.

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This mystery novel glows with the same fun repartee between Jim and Natalie that was displayed by William Powell and Myrna Loy in the popular s Nick and Nora Charles films. Locals will especially enjoy references to well-known area sites. This reader looks forward to more exuberant history from Gene Pisasale. Margaret Glen Mills, PA.