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Lanin D. Thómasma 

Lanin D. Thómasma is a native of West Michigan. He left his home in Grand Rapids, MI in 1978 and spent 13 years in Europe with Covenant Players, an international Christian drama ministry, performing plays in German, Danish and Dutch. While in Europe, he met and married his wife, Jean. They had two daughters, Janneke (born in the Netherlands) and Stefanie (born in Germany). After returning to the States, Lanin and his family lived in Ventura County, CA and southeastern Michigan, and eventually settled in Jean's home town of Steelville, MO. Upon retiring from Covenant Players, Lanin had logged over 22,000 performances with the group.

 

Now, Lanin is the owner and proprietor of Art & Joe, an espresso bar and art showcase on Steelville's Main Street.  There, in addition to coffee, he brews up stories and plays of all kinds, and creates digital art and customized clay figurines through his website, www.ntoonz.com. You can find out more about Art & Joe at artandjoe.ntoonz.com, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/artandjoe.

 

Wildwood Springs Lodge in Steelville, MO, has been a vacation center in the Ozarks for nearly a century. The “Jewel of the Ozarks” still impresses visitors with its balance of grand style and rustic charm. To learn more about Wildwood Springs, visit www.wildwoodspringslodge.com.

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Wildwood Springs Lodge in Steelville, Missouri, has been a vacation center in the Ozarks for nearly a century. The “Jewel of the Ozarks” still impresses visitors with its balance of grand style and rustic charm. One summer morning, Wildwood's manager Steffi hears a faint voice, and embarks on a journey to uncover a decades-old secret.

 

How did Sally Ann Corey disappear?

 

Aided by Sally's ghost, Steffi searches through the history of Wildwood, Steelville and the surrounding area to discover the answer.