Set in 1900 on the banks of enchanted Devil's Lake and in the streets of charming and picturesque Baraboo, Wisconsin, this is the final episode of the Legends Series.Living in the Cliff House resort hotel overlooking the lake, Christian Parker and Clay Edwards are in search of a piano player to satisfy the musical needs of their theatrical endeavors. With the help of another new friend, they find him. But when he mysteriously disappears, they find themselves on a quest that is more than just seeking a piano man.
J.L. Fredrick lived his youth in rural Western Wisconsin, a modest but comfortable life not far from the Mississippi River. His father was a farmer, and his mother, an elementary school teacher. He attended a one-room country school for his first seven years of education. Wisconsin has been home all his life, with exception of a few years in Minnesota and Florida. After college in La Crosse, Wisconsin and a stint with Uncle Sam during the Viet Nam era, the next few years were unsettled as he explored and experimented with life's options. He entered into the transportation industry in 1975 where he remained until retirement in 2012. He is a long-time member of the Wisconsin State Historical Society. Since 2001 he has fourteen published novels to his credit, and two non-fiction history volumes, Rivers, Roads, & Rails, and Ghostville. He was a featured author during Grand Excursion 2004. J.L. Fredrick currently resides at Poynette, Wisconsin.