On the banks of the Red River of the North, an aging widower contemplates the mysteries of life and death. His name is Raymond O. Knutson, and he lives on the northern edge of Fargo, North Dakota
The old man does not realize it, but he is about to experience the most extraordinary day of his life.
There, on the banks of the Red River, Raymond meets a young woman with long red hair and startling green eyes. She calls him “Raymondo.” He is fascinated by her exotic appearance and unusual behavior.
But the old man is soon beset by questions: Is the young woman too good to be true? Is she a figment of his imagination? Is she human? Or is she, perhaps, a being from another world?
Novelist Vernon Keel writes about this book: “If you appreciate a good story, you'll love One Day on the River Red. Kloberdanz takes his readers on a most fascinating journey. . . . Be prepared!”