Hudsonite Stephen Kosa pens novel
Can a man unravel the secrets of his wife’s past in time
to find his son?
Hudsonite Stephen Kosa has written a novel titled “Vanishing Trail: The Taking of Jonathan Bishop” The book is described as a thrilling new work of fiction. Published by Langdon Press in Minneapolis, the book is expected to be available everywhere books are sold.
“Vanishing Trail” tells the story of Jake Bishop, a young attorney blessed with the family of his dreams and a successful career. Suddenly, at the peak of his life, Jake is struck by a series of tragedies. His beloved wife Blanca, a Peruvian native, dies in a tragic car accident and just as he begins to piece his life back together, their young son, Jonathan, is abducted. His seemingly futile journey to find Jonathan leads Jake to Peru, where he finds himself swept into a world of secrets, black markets, and mysterious artifacts.
“Vanishing Trail” provides a blend of mystery, romance, hardship, and adventure. Kosa uses his own experiences of law practice and his in-depth study of Peru to transform the story into a captivating novel that is sure to transport readers into the heart of the mysterious land right alongside Jake. Will the secrets in Peru provide Jake answers to his wife’s death and will he ever find his son?
Kosa grew up in Hudson and still calls Hudson home. He is an accomplished attorney and is licensed to practice law in the Supreme Court of Minnesota and Wisconsin, as well as Federal District Court in the Western District of Wisconsin.
“Vanishing Trail: The Taking of Jonathan Bishop,” is Kosa’s first book and is described as a compilation of his passions for traveling and exploring as well as his deep love for his family.