Dunkirk native and resident Casey Snyder has released his latest novel, "Life, Insolvent" published by PublishAmerica. The book will be available at The Book Nook and online.
When phenomena corporation, The Open Mind's Research Group, lures former San Francisco Police Detective Jack Sallinger out of retirement, he soon discovers his past is consumed by memory block that prohibits him from remembering a 40-year-old experience, which people around the world are now suffering from. His new employer asks him to investigate these strange occurrences with the endorsement of their wealthy backers. As Sallinger pushes forward, the detective finds his memory returning while people are disappearing and being found simultaneously thousands of miles away. Sallinger searches for the true answer behind his past and the events of new victims who are missing in time, while his employer keeps tabs on him through their multibillion-dollar facility.
"Life, Insolvent" is Snyder's fourth published book. "Mirror," produced by Trafford Publishing, was his first novel released in 2006. "For the Greater Good of God," produced by PublishAmerica, was released in 2007 and "Watching the Children Pray," published by Infinity Publishing was created in 2009. Snyder is currently working on his fifth novel.
Snyder graduated from Dunkirk High School in 1993 and resides in Dunkirk with his wife, Maggie, and daughter Juliana Hope. He is currently the boy's physical education teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Cheektowaga, and writes in his spare time.
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