|Published:||December 27th 2017 by Pyramid Publishing|
In the far northeast corner of the township of Edmeston, New York, not far from Cooperstown and its Baseball Hall of Fame, sits a small lake nestled on the top of a hill. Summit Lake is a special place. It can be an exciting place. Children learn to swim and fish.
They hike and climb. It's where childhood friends forge lifelong relationships, and summer romances can become eternal loves. But danger is a part of every adventure - and not all adventures end happily. Eighty-year-old Paul Leahy needs a change. After a lifetime of dedication to his country and company, he escapes to the one place where he has always found solace - Summit Lake. A near-tragic accident brings Susan Woods to Paul's door in search of a new direction for her life. Meanwhile, Paul's grandson struggles to survive the harsh Mongolian winter and ruth smugglers to complete one last mission for the CIA. He and his French ally have vowed to complete their mission or die trying. The lake will change their lives forever.