In the quiet landscape of the Upper Great Plains in North Dakota, good people keep up appearances: Through holy works, and by imbibing in the spirit of bootleg moonshine, they navigate the waters between Heaven and Hell. It’s a place where love triangles cross rivers and religious lines at the same time, and when a lover is spurned, the local medicine woman can join herbs and the fruits of the land into a potion that can cure anything—perhaps even a broken heart. In a landscape with few places to hide, it’s a place where there’s Nothing Hidden, but even murders can go unsolved—for generations.
What folks are saying about this book:
“You may never look at old family photos the same way again after reading this fascinating tale about lives, loves, mystery, and murder on the northern plains in the early 1900s. Nothing Hidden is the kind of novel you can’t wait to finish.”
-Vernon Keel, author, The Murdered Family
"This book held my interest so well it was almost a one-sitting read. Very surprising ending. I like a book to be entertaining and I was not disappointed."
-Rodney Nelson, cowboy poet, most recently, A Rancher's Thoughts on Dogs, Cows & Politicians (2012)
"Paulette Bullinger describes a way of life that has all but vanished and exposes the dark underside of that life: secrets upon secrets, buried for years in the unmarked grave of rural history. But by the end of our journey, nothing is left hidden at all."
-From the foreword by Jamieson Ridenhour, author, Barking Mad (Typecast, 2011)
About Paulette Bullinger
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Published December 10, 2012
by Knuckledown Press LLC.
History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.