by Sandy Harrington
Trade Paper: 6" x 9", x+200pp.
ISBN: 978-1-59663-587-6, 1-59663-587-8 $12.95
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An electrifying tale of revenge . . .
In the mountainous terrain of western North Carolina,
ominous clouds are gathering over the Brushy Mountains while five young
boys gather around a campfire, laughing, joking, bragging and lying to
each other in the way that boys, caught in that fine time between
childhood and manhood, will do. Their leader and organizer of this camping
adventure, Deacon John, brings out the marshmallows and throws another log
on the fire. But the dark clouds continue to roil and churn, stealing the
moonlight. The wind picks up and 12-year-old Jason is reminded, eerily, of
his father’s parting words,
“Bad weather’s on its way ...”
And later that night, the mother of all storms would come crashing down the mountains, laying waste to everything in its path ...
Ten years later, Jason makes a curious and unlikely deal in order to seize a very slim chance that he might finally extract the ultimate revenge for the events of that night of terror … if he can only remember those events.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sandy Harrington is a native North Carolinian, presently living in Charlotte. She studied English and Fine Art at several southern universities before becoming actively involved in the age of enlightenment. Sandy expresses her artistic talents in writing and painting. One of her short stories, “Dogs Do Go To Heaven,” is featured in Brad & Sherry Steiger’s book, Pet Miracles, released in autumn of 2005. Her paintings have won special recognition in international competitions. Two of her works, “God’s Search” and “Rescue and Daffodil,” are on display at www.periodgallery.com. Through the years, Sandy has developed her intuitive abilities and believes Walk-Ins exist and thrive in present day society. Her dreams inspired her to write The Walk-In. Sandy believes these events actually happened at some unknown place and time.