Cabin II: Return to Winding Ridge Paperback – Large Print, Dec 3 2011
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A really good story and it's hard to believe that she has done even better than the first book. -- Tom Barnes
Another page turner for C.J. I thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover -- Karen Leggett
I hope C.J. keeps these good books rolling. -- Jack Oliver
About the Author
C.J. Henderson's early days were spent in the Midwest. High school and college kept him in the general area of Pittsburgh, but shortly thereafter it was on to the big city, more specifically, New York City. A comics writer for the past thirty years, he has handled everyone from Archie to Batman and the Punisher to Cherry Poptart. He has also written hundreds of short stories and thousands of non-fiction pieces. His books include "Brooklyn Knight "and "Central Park Knight". Henderson lives in Brooklyn with his wife, fashion designer Grace Tin Lo, his daughter, Erica, and everyone's cats, Tyco and Tiger.
Valerie Gittings has worked in the publishing industry for the past twenty years. During that time, she has been challenged by and thoroughly enjoyed her time as a youth leader. She lives in Fairmont, West Virginia.
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I loved the continuing story of Tuesday and Jacob. The author captures the evil and control Jacob had over the women and children on the mountain. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2002 by Shirley Gray
I am addicted to The Cabin Series! I cannot wait for the 4th novel to come out. I met the author, C.J. Henderson, and she is a wonderful compliment to her books. A lovely lady.Published on Feb. 5 2002 by Pamela S. Higham
Well, she did it again. A great story and some very
different twists. The novel is very intriguing. I'm settling
down to read Cabin III.