It is with a heavy heart that I am posting this, due to the rising complaints from online readers regarding Indi published work. I have decided to take a fine tooth comb to book one prior to it's release. I know that it will be worth it in the end to present a professional product. Thanks for all your support. -Mell
It's my pleasure to introduce Walter (Chap) Wilhelm
If I could choose someone famous to play the part of Chap there would be only one choice
In my book Eden in Ice: Walter or Chap as everyone calls him. Has raised his granddaughter Danielle, to the best of his ability. It has been a struggle for him to go on after loosing his wife, daughter and son-in-law nearly eighteen years ago. Danielle means the world to him, so he can best be described as a doting role-model, strict and set in his ways. His past is kept hidden to keep a secret; a secret that he would do anything to hide.
From the Author: I see him as a hard working rancher. Handsome but worn, with a slender build, still young looking for a man in his 90's. He walks with a limp and uses a handmade cane. On any given occasion he wears boots and jeans with a button down shirt, old and out of style. His handle bar mustache and silvery white hair are easily recognizable, even when he tries to hide under his old silver belly cowboy hat. On occasion he has been known to smoke the bulldog saddle pipe he found years ago in his family's home on the out skirts of Eden, Texas where he was raised.