Michigan author Mikel B. Classen new fiction book Lake Superior Tales has gained worldwide exposure. The new book which brings the Lake Superior area of Michigan alive has everything a person would want to keep them gripped.
Lake Superior Tales has been written in such a way it makes the reader feel they are in the story, standing on the sidelines as all the action happens.
In this book, you’ll sail on a ship full of gold, outwit deadly shapeshifters, battle frontier outlaws and even meet the mysterious agent that Andrew Jackson called “the meanest man” he ever knew. Packed with action, adventure, humor, and suspense, this book has something for every reader. Journey to the wilds of the Lake Superior shoreline through ten stories that span the 19th century through present day including “The Wreck of the Marie Jenny,” “The Bigg Man,” “Wolf Killer,” and “Bullets Shine Silver in the Moonlight.”
Mikel B. Classen is a longtime resident of Sault Sainte Marie in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. His intimacy of the region, the history and its culture gives this book a feel of authenticity that is rarely seen. As a writer, journalist, columnist, photographer, and editor with more than 30 years experience, his breadth of knowledge is unparalleled.
“It’s clear that Mikel B. Classen knows and loves the Lake Superior area of Michigan and brings it to life in a delightful way. If you want frequent laughs, unusual characters who jump off the page, and the fruit of a highly creative mind, you’ve got to read this little book.”
— Bob Rich, author, Looking Through Water
From Modern History Press, Learn more at www.mikelclassen.com or to order Lake Superior Tales, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Lake-Superior-Tales-Adventure-Michigans/dp/1615994084/
About the Author
Mikel B. Classen has been writing about northern Michigan in newspapers and magazines for over thirty-five years, creating feature articles about the life and culture of Michigan’s north country. He’s written about Upper Peninsula history, travel, outdoors, the environment and many other subjects. A journalist, historian, photographer and author with a fascination of the world around him, he enjoys researching and writing about lost stories from the past.
His book, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Beacon on Lake Superior’s Shipwreck Coast, was published in 2014 and his book, Teddy Roosevelt and the Marquette Libel Trial, was published in 2015, Both by the History Press. He has two books of fiction called Lake Superior Tales, published by Modern History Press, and Journeys into the Macabre, published by NetBound Books.
To learn more about Mikel B. Classen and to see more of his work, go to his website at www.mikelclassen.com
Notes To The Editor
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