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A 2020 Midwest Book Awards Winner
As former police officer John Cabrelli struggles in the wake of a career-ending event, he retreats to his late uncle’s lakeside cabin in Wisconsin… but it’s far from the peaceful refuge he expects. Danger awaits — along with the truth behind his uncle’s death.
Midwest Book Awards & Independent Publisher Book Awards Winner
Former police officer John Cabrelli is recuperating at Spider Lake when a string of mysterious events in a nearby town draws him into a case involving a missing federal agent and a secluded cabin… An unputdownable crime thriller!
2021 New Release
Just as Namekagon County sheriff John Cabrelli adjusts to his new job, a body is discovered in the woods — and he must race against time to unravel the case when the lives of even more victims are claimed within the wilderness… A gripping tale of crime fiction!
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In the News…
Wisconsin State Journal "Northwoods novels from Portage man explore crime, wetlands and the occasional muskie" by Barry Adams, 10-4-20
Wisconsin State Journal "Portage author, Jeff Nania, shows off one of his many restored wetlands" by Barry Adams, 9-30-20
Interview with Rex Owens on 103.5 The Sun, aired 9-7-20
Portage Daily Register "Lewiston resident wins first place award for debut novel" 7-22-20
"Profiles in Encouragement" on The Writescast Network, 6-26-2020
Interview on the Larry Meiller Show, Wisconsin Public Radio, 3-5-2020
Madison Magazine "Jeff Nania Restores Wetlands, Writes Mysteries" by Doug Moe, 1-6-2020
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Three Wisconsin books and a calendar to consider as gifts this season" by Paul Smith, 12-14-19
Portage Daily Regster "Author to visit Readers Realm," 11-14-19
Columbus Journal "Columbus Books and Beer features mystery novelist" by Valerie Biel, 11-11-19
Sawyer County Record "Author's Night features mystery close to home" by Marty Zych, 5-17-19
Peninsula Pulse ‘Art of Water III’ in Algoma, May 3-5 by Door County Pulse, 4-23-19
Wisconsin Outdoor News “Readers following Nania’s first book” by Tim Eisele, 3-8-19
Richland Center Observer “Wisconsin Author to Speak at Ocooch Books” by Jean Birkett, 2-14-19
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel “Here are four outdoors-related books with a Wisconsin flavor to consider as holiday gifts” by Paul Smith, 12-9-18