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Book signing at Book Vine Saturday

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Some 'Remember the Father' action set in Cherokee area

DES MOINES - From the rolling corn fields of Iowa to the narrow streets of old Jerusalem, author Mike Struck has chronicled a fictional modern-day thriller that takes an Iowa farm couple from the point of struggling to conceive a child to a point of having the most recognized child on earth.

This child is special. From the moment of its amazing birth there were those who wanted to harm it; not just the child, but all evidence of the child's existence.

In his new book, "Remember the Father." follow Sarah's journey from the nation's top infertilely specialist, Dr. Mustafa, who by using a mysterious gift does the impossible. Mike introduces readers to ordinary people who do extraordinary things to protect the ones they love.

From Iowans helping Iowans, unafraid and undaunted; to the President of the United States, who tries to control the chaos as word gets out about Sarah's amazing child and the subsequent incredible events.

Mike Struck
"Remember the Father" is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat and a book that may help you re-evaluate both your faith in others and your religious faith. Mike hopes that, after reading this book, readers will be encouraged to begin to focus on what people have in common rather than our differences.

Published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises, "Remember the Father" is now available only at pre-release book signings. On September 9, 2012 it will be available at bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Struck, a telecommunications executive and a veteran public speaker on management, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from The University of Iowa, and makes his home in Des Moines with his wife of 29 years, Lynn K. Struck, MD. Lynn and her sisters Debbie and Beth, the daughters of Harold and Ann Doeden, grew up in Cherokee. and several important sections of the book actually take place in and around Cherokee.

Mike Struck will be signing pre-release copies of "Remember the Father" this Saturday, August 11, from 1 - 2 p.m. at The Book Vine in Cherokee. This is a pre-release signing, and the book will not be available anywhere else until its official release on September 9th.

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