A Whisper In The Wind

Third in the series with The Crossings and The Indian. Maggie deals with her ongoing grief following the death of her WWII pilot husband and embarks on a cross-country trip to free herself emotionally and begin a new life with an incredibly challenging job.

Release Date June 28, 2022

$19.95

A stirring novel, the third in the series with The Crossings and The Indian. Maggie deals with her ongoing grief following the death of her WWII pilot husband and embarks on a cross-country trip to free herself emotionally and begin a new life with an incredibly challenging job. On the way, she returns to his hometown to visit his grave, re-establish her relationship with his family, and introduce her young daughter to them. Her final destination is fraught with life-changing decisions as she tackles her new job and unexpectantly embarks on a new relationship with a man with the aid of a storied character from her late husband’s past.
Author

Barry Kienzle

Cover

Paperback

ISBN

9781951556891

Pages

184

Size

6 x 9

Year Published

2022

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About the Author

Barry Kienzle was born, raised and educated in northern Kentucky and is in every sense, a Kentucky boy, proud of his heritage and the state he calls home. As such, he is very familiar with its history and culture and feels honored that his first novel, The Crossings, is a story with northern Kentucky origins.

Barry studied Accounting at Northern Kentucky University, became a CPA and worked primarily in the accounting and finance areas in construction and real estate development companies, currently as a CFO. As he nears retirement, he is venturing toward a second career in writing and felt compelled to begin it with a novel about an amazing venture of his father’s who, in 1932 hopped a freight train and rode it to New Orleans to see the Mardi Gras.

Barry’s devotion to the community has led him to serve on many boards over time including Habitat for Humanity, senior citizens groups, school and other capital raising campaigns and other not-for-profit organizations. He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of both the Northern Kentucky University Foundation and the Bank of Kentucky. For more information visit Barry’s website HERE

Zoom Into Books Presentations

 

Challenges of Writing Historical Fiction  – View Here on Zoom Into Books YouTube Channel

The Crossings and The Indian   – the stories behind these two novels plus as the challenges of writing historical fiction.  

Non-Fiction Writing Memoirs – Available Soon on Zoom Into Books YouTube Channel

Heart of a Lion – the story of Willie Burton, the high school wrestler who suffered with cerebral palsy and how his story has motivated others to overcome their own obstacles. Watch HERE