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At this hotel, check-out time never comes!
All things must pass––or so we’re told. When Reverend Renner responds to an invitation sent from a long-demolished hotel filled with ghosts of guests from times past, he soon discovers that checking out will be a lot harder than checking in. His sometime friend and investigative partner, Dale Quist, heads to the rescue, but it will take more than brawn and benedictions to put this particular hotel out of business. All things must pass, indeed– but that doesn’t mean they have to go quietly.
Stands Alone: Yes
Let sleeping bears lie.
When an unlikely visitor brings Reverend Renner a cryptic warning that, “The bear is waking up,” he must once again partner with retired investigator Dale Quist in order to quiet the supernatural forces suddenly threatening their peaceful corner of northern Michigan.
Faced with sudden earthquakes, a toxic fog, a bloodthirsty inhuman creature and two very frightened teenage runaways, Renner and Quist discover their adversaries care nothing for their concern, or their logic. They will also learn that the best of intentions and the best-laid plans are no guarantee of success.
Stands Alone: Yes
A tragedy from the past that will not die.
Reverend Renner’s quiet, well-ordered Michigan life is turned upside down after he purchases a pair of nineteenth-century ice skates at a yard sale. First an enormous black dog takes to following him all over town, and then the skates attach themselves to his feet in the middle of the night. Frightened but curious, Renner seeks help from the one man he’d most like to avoid, ex-linebacker Dale Quist. Together, Renner and Quist work to unravel the mystery of the skates, a potentially fatal task that will lead them to England, and one of London’s greatest historical disasters.