A small, mountain lake in the Adirondacks holds a secret that only a few know about. When the earth moves, something sinister rises from the waters. On the shores of the lake is Camp Wildwood, a family run resort that is an escape for people seeking isolation in the mountains. A crew of characters work and play at the resort, enjoying a warm summer away from their problems. But the legend of the lake looms, and as the days grow hot, the truth of the story unfolds, and the folks at the resort must face the problem. The true character of the people comes through as they fight to save themselves from the Moon Lake Legend.
L.J. Russell is a native of Central New York. After receiving degrees from Middlebury College and Syracuse University, he struck on a road that took him into the classroom where he still teaches U.S. History to 8th graders. He spends his time skiing and hanging out on Skaneateles Lake, looking at the woods and the water, wondering what unknowns are hiding in the shadows that would make a great story.