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Mike Lein featured on BookEnds Online Edition

The award-winning author of "Cabin Fever" and other humorous collections of north country tales comes to the Wadena County Historical Society on Nov. 13 via Zoom.

Mike Lein discusses his latest book, "Cabin Fever," Nov. 13, 2021 at BookEnds Online Edition. Contributed / Wadena County Historical Society

BookEnds Online Edition will feature author Mike Lein and his latest book, “Cabin Fever,” at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 via Zoom.

The meeting ID is 867 0338 5655.

Lien is known across the north country for his published stories of cabin life with dogs, boats, relatives and friends. His previous books include “Firewood Happens,” winner of the Midwest Independent Publishers Association’s 2016 award for humor; “Down at the Dock,” winner of the same award in 2017; and “The Crooked Lake Chronicles, a 2019 finalist for the award.

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