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David City, NE Author Publishes Mystery Novel

Chaotic Reasoning, a fresh book by Carter Ossian, has been released by RoseDog Books.

An aging man within an unkempt home, Dad has struggled severely with looking after his environment and himself, because the passage of Kathy, the love of his life, whom he lost to cancer years back. At the peak of his sadness, he could be visited by his daughter, Penny. In taking shared responsibility for his state with her four siblings, she invites all of them together after months of intentional separation, to see what they are able to do to greatly help. Because of the vast differences, they battle to think of a plausible solution. Augustus, the center child, proposes they gift their father a vintage farmhouse just like the one they was raised with to renew his purpose. All appears to go in accordance with plan, for many days. All transport and usage of the exterior world is lost by way of a group of mysterious events, resulting in the theory that the real purpose because of their gathering is a lot more malicious.

Concerning the Author

Carter Ossian has always had a love for several things mystery, favoring pieces that integrate a feeling of subjectivity, along with multiple thought-provoking elements. Works of literature that lead the audience to find through the options of the final outcome are, in his opinion, probably the most impactful, because they permit the reader to become portion of the story, playing along as though these were the detective piecing together clues. His piece, Chaotic Reasoning, beautifully demonstrates this in a distinctive fashion. By excluding key details and points of view while keeping the real intention of the piece at the forefront, Ossian leaves the audience second-guessing each character’s potential motives before very end. The next, motivated writer, Ossian has published several short stories and poems in his time as a scholar, preparing him for his biggest writing feat up to now: Chaotic Reasoning.

Chaotic Reasoning is really a 318-page paperback with a retail price of $22.00 (eBook $17.00). The ISBN is 979-8-8852-7941-3. It had been published by RoseDog Books of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. To learn more, or even to request an assessment copy, please head to our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at

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