Thule: An Odyssey
by Joseph P. Plummer
Evan Mindenhall is a young, jaded reporter at a small-town Missouri newspaper. His daily schedule of covering ribbon-cutting rituals, groundbreaking ceremonies, and political campaigns, however, is disrupted when he stumbles upon a possible military murder that took place in Greenland and has gone undiscovered for twenty years. Will he have the skills to get to the bottom of the story or will it be too much for him to handle?
Thule: An Odyssey is a fascinating novel that will provoke the reader to think about the nature of the human condition and at the same time revel in the wonders of nature. Thule: An Odyssey does a skillful job of weaving together a captivating mystery full of twists and turns with an emotional, human story driven by its colorful characters and moments of humor, sadness, and tragedy.
About the Author:
Joseph P. Plummer was raised in the Upper Midwest, the son of two hard-working parents. He spent four years in the Air Force, earned an undergraduate degree, and then later received a masters degree in public administration. He worked in government services for thirty years. Through it all, he always had the thought in the back of his mind of writing the Great American Novel.